Write a letter to a loved one. Chances are high that there is someone in your life that you’d like to say something important to. Maybe it’s a wife, a parent, a grandparent you never really got to say goodbye to…take the time today to write that out. It can be positive, negative, or anywhere in between. The beauty of this letter is that you aren’t sending it in the mail, you’re simply “voicing” something that needs to be said. Should you choose to share it later, that’s okay, but you don’t have to. Doing this can be a great way to heal anger that’s been pent up inside, or to release a pressure valve of sadness we may have been harboring over something lost.
All honesty, I'm going to put this one in the "private stuff, so I won't be sharing this one publicly" category. Back tomorrow though.
Bright side, here is the first update on the items I mentioned during days 3-4.
Reading: How To Do Things With Words by J. L. Austin
Calorie Count, 2013-01-04: 2,525.
Definitely high; I'm shooting to keep it under 2,000, preferably closer to 1,800.