There is something to be said for writing in a journal.

It is tangible. You can open it up in 3.2 seconds to revisit what you’ve said. What you thought. What goals you’ve set.

You don’t have to find the file in your phone or be blinded by your bright white screen. It’s on paper. It’s ink and paper and simple truths.

If it’s goals you want to set. Write them.
If it’s a love letter you don’t even know you will ever send. Write it.
If it’s a letter to your mother telling her how much you love and appreciate her. Write it.
If it’s a letter to yourself. Write it.

The mind carries so much beauty that is never really appreciated until placed onto paper.

Write it.