Why I like Facebook

It sounds stupid, but every day I write a new sentence: "Tyler is [fill in the blank]" at the top of the page.  It might just be "Tyler is happy to be home again," or "Tyler is eating Rainier cherries."  Once a day, no more and no less.  It doesn’t matter how few or how many people are reading it.  It feels like an exercise in gratitude, which it is.  It is also an exercise in micro-blogging.

Here is Gretchen Rubin on the one-sentence journal.

For at least the next week, however, I’ll be keeping my sentence the same.

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