The most important thing to remember is that you should express what’s in your heart and on your mind. Don’t hold back because this is your time and space.
If you’re interested in journaling, it’s easy to get started:
2. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Let your thoughts flow using many words, a few, a list or even doodles, photos and found objects. No one is grading you or looking over your shoulder so don’t get caught up in perfection.
3. Dedicate: at least 10 minutes per day to journaling to gain the most from the experience. Some do it early morning to before going to sleep at night.
Caregivers tend not to focus on themselves, leadning to your goals, aspirations and dreams.
Hello! As a caregiver, mother and social service worker I have learned many life lessons through hands on experience. My dream for you is to make your journey through caregiving a cherished one.