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Write Down a Highlight Every Day

The right headline can crystallize a moment in time. For example:

“The First Footstep” – Evening Standard, July 21, 1969

“VE-Day – It’s All Over” – Daily Mail, May 8, 1945

“War on America” – New York Times, September 12, 2001

“Obama: Racial Barrier Falls in Decisive Victory” – New York Times, November 5, 2008

Your planner can help shape your memories, and turn everyday moments into special occasions. Try writing “Today, I…” and create a headline of your own for each day. Even if it’s as simple as an old friend giving you a hug or trying a new and delicious menu item at your favorite restaurant, this exercise can help emphasize the positive in your life while acting as an introduction to journal writing.


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