Remember studying the Tudors back when you were eight years old, drawing pictures of Henry VIII and all his wives, you used a nice thick black calligraphy marker pen to make it look authentic didn’t you? Well if you’re like us, you haven’t picked up one of those pens since. But it seems they’re not only back, but they’ve been upgraded.
While writing by hand is more time-consuming compared to typing on a keyboard, it has significant benefits and is better at engraving valuable information into our long term memory.
While keeping a journal is an act of introspection, that doesn't mean it isn't valuable or worthwhile. There are a number of health benefits that come from putting pen to paper, as well as evidence to suggest that journaling can impact and improve our lives in many other ways.