An introduction page is a little exercise I like to do at the beginning of my journals as a way to get my thoughts flowing and break through the seemingly inevitable writers block that comes from opening a new journal to a blank page.
The intro page is a simple way to set my intention for this new journal, and to know that if I pick it up five years from now, I can easily see exactly where and who I was when I began it. (I don't know why, but I find that very comforting.) Below is the first page, in its entirety, of my most recent journal -- if you're feeling stuck, I hope it will inspire you to get started.
In a way, this entry page is a fitting start to this blog, too. As I sit down to fill these digital blank pages, and turn them into something -- I hope -- so much more.
I share this entry page as an example, and also, as an inspiration to anyone needing an extra push to start. If you're wanting to start a gratitude journal -- or any kind of journal, for that matter -- and haven't yet, let me know in the comments below. What's stopping you? What about it is holding you back? I'd love to hear.