You're a philosopher among the likes of Seneca.
After writing my first book in May of 2018, I didn't know what to do with myself, so I started to write myself letters. For three months, I wrote a letter to myself from the day before, giving him [me] advice and admonishing him for being dumb when necessary.
Seneca, a philosopher born 4 B.C., spent the last years of his life writing letters to a pupil of his named Lucilius. The writings are excellent bits of wisdow that are still relevant today. Those letters inspired me to write my own.
Seneca's Moral Letters to Lucilius are printed in the second half of this book.
As I wrote my reflections, I realized how important it was to reflect on the day before. It made me think about my actions, my habits, and my own beliefs. Journaling this way changed my life. My goal for you is to read these letters I wrote to myself, read the letters Seneca wrote to his pupil, and then put the book down and start journaling to change your life, too.