Over the years, a goodly number of my interns have survived me and gone on to better things. Kim Ngan Dau is a good example. Recently Kim completed a project with crowd-sourced support, the @Ease Journal which she describes as, "A journal for being at ease with who you are, slowing down to enjoy the present moment, and taking actions with a mindful vision."
Aging guys like to know that the future is in good hands, and so, I assure you that when it comes to being and growing, journaling has taken a positive step forward in Kim's work. Half a century ago my own experience led me to journal keeping as a personal and satisfying discipline, calming in the turmoil of my life. After some time, this led to my collecting exercises in a small book, Keeping your Personal Journal which I hoped would share the benefits of personal writing with a wider audience. Kim has taken this to a whole new level at a time when so many are seeking, albeit often unconsciously, a sense of purpose and direction in life.
The @Ease Journal offers the opportunity to know and affirm who you are and seize the day and cherish it. At the same time it shows you now to gently take the reins, over time, to steer towards satisfaction and happiness, which embodied, will enrich you and the world around you. Carpe diem!