Journaling for mental health

Do you know that journaling is awesome for working through challenges to find creative solutions? And it’s one of the best things you can do for yourself as well as your mental health! It’s a GREAT way to watch how your life changes and track all the things you’re doing differently in your life!

“It also helps you release the negative thoughts and emotions to make room for the positive thoughts and emotions!”

Holding on to negative feelings or emotions and not expressing them, hurts you. They make you feel less than who you really are. And you can overcome those feelings when you start journaling.

Journaling has been a life changer for me. I’ve worked through many tough things from my childhood that I carried with me for too long! It’s also given me the courage to dig deeper into some of those things so I could heal and let them go.

Now my journaling practice is more about making decisions and identifying creative solutions for the challenges that come up for me. Click play to listen in as I share how and why journaling improves your mental health!

I believe journaling is one of the most amazing things you can do for yourself! Nothing gives you the biggest opportunity to learn more about who you are and what you want than a daily journaling practice. Don’t wait until you feel ready, get started now!

Remember, you’ve got everything you need to get anything you want. And journaling is one of the tools that’ll help you figure out what that is.

I’m thrilled that you’re here! And if you’re curious, you can check out more of my story here.

One more thing…if you missed last week’s episode, you can check it out here. Why? Because it’s the perfect way to really prepare for an amazing journaling experience. And I’ve got a FREE workbook for you!

Inside the Finding Balance With Meditation – A Beginners Guide To Feeling Peace and Calm Among The Chaos workbook, you can practice 6 different guided meditations that are 10 minutes or less. You’ll also learn how to prepare for an amazing practice and what to do if your mind wanders.

While you’re trying each one, you can make notes about the meditation, then use the 3 journal prompts to document your experience. And you can type directly into the workbook!


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Stream of Consciousness Journaling

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