The 10 Foundational Practices for a Good Life | Scott H Young
Writing expands our memory by giving us a buffer to store thoughts before they fade from our memory. Writing also enables self-reflection. When you write down a long series of thoughts and then read it, you simultaneously articulate an idea and critique it.
Write weekly in your notebook about your current struggles, ambitions or plans.
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