I love writing. Do you?
In an increasingly tech-savvy age, sometimes we end up taking the little things for granted.
Advancements in technology have forged connections across our globe that tie us closer together than ever before, revolutionizing what it means to communicate. We can call our loved ones from a thousand miles away. We can FaceTime and Skype. We can text. We can communicate with each other at the push of a button -- and often, we don’t even think twice about it. However, while these advancements have undoubtedly improved our lives in many ways, they’ve also overshadowed what I believe is an extremely important form of correspondence—— WRITING!
Whether, it’s a note, a to do list, task sheet, journaling, adding a little post it and even a letter!
There’s something sentimental and therapeutic about writing.
The demands and stress of our lives are placed on the back burner while we focus on whatever we’re writing. This sense of escape and quiet reflection makes it possible to be alone with your thoughts for a while, which in turn means that it’s easier to focus on what you’re actually WRITING.