It’s a common experience that by the time you realize it’s already Sunday night, you are struck by an overwhelming whiff of the fact that you’re returning to either school or work the next day. You experience anxiety over the upcoming responsibilities while you wish that your weekends would get extended.
Journaling and scrapbooking are two of many ways to record, compile, and celebrate memories. Both may include pictures and writings, and they always have something to do with its creator. They don’t seem really different, huh? In actuality, they are set apart by five aspects that I’ll list down for you.
Have you been meaning to journal but can’t seem to know how? Don’t fret because I’m very much delighted to share with you a master post on journaling. I’ve been introduced to the habit of journaling when I was in fourth grade as a part of my English class.