You are on module 3 of your journalling and it’s time to look at the people in your life.
The people section of your journal is an opportunity for you to write about people that you meet, these may be people that you come into conflict with, people that make you happy, or someone you would like to make an observation about. Whether we like it or not sometimes the people we come into conflict with, are a mirror of ourselves or put another way our dark side. The other interesting thing to do in the people section is to keep a log of things that people say about you or say to you and reflect and how that came about and what you can learn from it.
Who’s a part of your fan club? Journal about the people who (or have) support you unconditionally. How have they helped you? How do you value them? Keep a record as they do something wonderful.
Whose fan club are you a part of? As someone says thank you or asks you for your advice, keep a record. You are in their fan club.
This is your chance to give back for all the fabulous support you’ve been given. Being part of a community helps us accomplish so much more than we could alone. It’s important to nurture these communities and keep them going strong. Don’t forget to say thank you to your fan club!
Ask a selection of people to choose a single word that describes you. Write a character sketch of yourself using these words.
Wander around your house, looking at your clothes, shoes, handbags, open the fridge and look at the things you like to eat, what’s on the wine rack, describe your lounge, or bedroom. Write a sketch of the person you have just discovered.
What does this tell you?
Carry one journalling!