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10 Reasons Why You Should Start Journaling

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10 Reasons Why You Should Start Journaling

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45 minutes

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2 minutes

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Journaling seems to be all the rage at the moment, but what makes it so special?
Journaling and keeping a journal or a diary is not a new thing, we know of many famous people in the past who have kept journals.
“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read on the train.” - Oscar Wilde
If we were to take our knowledge from social media, we might come to the conclusion that journaling is all about beautifully curated journal spreads to be photographed and shared on Pinterest and Instagram. And there is definitely a place for this form of art journaling, but I feel that a lot of people get discouraged from starting to journal, because they might feel the need to create similar journal pages.
But journaling is so much more than beautiful journal spreads or having the right notebook, pen and Washi tape!
In this class, I would like to share my personal top 10 reasons, why I feel you should start journaling. Introspective journaling is one of the best personal development tools that is out there, keeping a journal can be the first step to changing the course of your life, find out who you really are and what makes you tick. It can help you deal with mental health issues, find a calm moment in this busy world and become more mindful. In addition, it will help you with your planning and goal setting, get better at problem solving and become a better writer.
If you'd like to find out more, grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and join me inside this class.
I'm looking forward to seeing you there.

Course Overview

  • 1. Intro

  • 2. 1. Memory Keeper

  • 3. 2. Mindfulness

  • 4. 3. Clarity of Thoughts & Feelings

  • 5. Dealing with Emotions

  • 6. Mental Health

  • 7. Know Yourself

  • 8. Better Writer

  • 9. 8. Problem Solving

  • 10. Planning

  • 11. Creativity

  • 12. Getting Started