After having a day off (day 7) I inadvertently took three days off of journaling. I was "busy" but the truth is I just plain didn't want to do the work. Why write when I can watch "Jane the Virgin" or get ahead on some projects at work? I'm wondering, what is behind the procrastination. It's common for me to start something and then run out of steam. I get very excited, but then when I don't see the immediate results that I want to see, move on. I think the other part is a "fear" of change. I'm afraid to succeed. Also, the journaling is bringing up some emotions and issues that I'm having to work through which is hard. My husband and I had a big fight this week when I talked to him about hiding money. It was good though, because we got to the root of the issue, and we're working on it. It's hard to face your fears though. I've repressed them for a reason: they are damn uncomfortable! The truth will set you free though, so they say, so I will continue to plug on. Any advice that can help to stay the course when the work gets tough, or even monotonous (I don't want to journal right now, I want to sleep/work/play etc)?