I make writing as much a part of my life as I do eating or listening to music. – Maya Angelou
Writing is personal reflection. Writing permits time to intentionally and purposefully consider the present situation. Writing is time to dream, to plan, and to create. From the past, in the present, and to the future writing engages the brain. Writing turns thoughts into words. When we write, we think for ourselves and others to see.
Make time in your day – or time in your week – to write. Keep a journal, write for colleagues, or send a thoughtful note to a friend. The audience is less important than the process. It isn’t the destination that’s important . . . it’s the journey.