The Path to Meaningful Work
If you decide to keep a handwritten learning journal (as opposed to an electronic one) we recommend using an inexpensive notebook. Fancy notebooks with cloth or leather covers tend to feel too "precious" and may end up gathering dust. You will want your learning journal to feel like a work in progress, probably a little messy but full and rich, not unlike your life.
Here is a sample format you may want to follow in keeping your Learning Journal:
Today's Date: How I Feel Right Now: New Resources: Thought for the Day: Word of the Day: Interesting People: Today's Biggest Challenge: Today's Biggest Reward: What I Learned Today:
Your assignment: Find a suitable notebook or create a file on your computer. Make at least one short entry every day this week, based on what you learn in the other lessons and exercises in this free introductory course.
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