Three Acts of Self-Kindness
According to The Wall Street Journal, the act of writing engages your motor-skills, memory, and forces you to slow down. The article goes on to say, new research shows that when you write by hand, you engage the brain in active learning.
Dustin Wax from Lifehack says, "When we write something down, research suggests that as far as our brain is concerned, it's as if we were doing that thing. Writing seems to act as a kind of mini-rehearsal for doing."
Let's see if the research is valid; we invite you to practice self-kindness this week by doing the following writing activities. Let us know how it goes!
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Hello. I am the founder of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge Program.