Think back to English class in middle school, or language arts in elementary school. Or any class, really—when in school, students often keep journals to document their learning, record their thought processes and serve as a record of their studies. That important learning practice, which is so essential for building critical thought and continuing to learn, falls by the wayside when we leave school. I find it an important tool for cementing my learning, so I created this blog to act as my Grown-Up Learning Journal. (I didn’t say the title was any good.)

Here’s to critical thinking and learning, and I hope this inspires you in some way to take charge of your own adult brain if it’s gotten a little rusty. 🙂



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