Posts in Journaling
Spring Clean Your Mind & Heart {21 Journal Prompts}

Journaling is a powerful tool in your self-care arsenal.  It is in fact, my favorite tool!

There is nothing that brings me more inner peace than curling up on my couch or under my covers in my bed, pulling out my journal, and releasing all the thoughts that are scrambling around in my head.

In the first few minutes of writing, I unload all the chatter that’s taking up space.  Once that’s gone, I start to dive a little deeper on anything that’s currently bothering me, and that’s when the magic happens.

As my pen flows, my heart unlocks, and I start to figure things out and see them from a new perspective.

It’s the cheapest form of therapy I know!

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13 Journal Prompts to Start Loving Your Body & Yourself More

If you are a regular around here, you know I love to journal.  In the past, I’ve shared other journaling prompts and they’ve proven to be rather popular posts, so it seems like you guys love to journal too!

On Tuesday, I got real and shared my struggle with body love.  As hard as it was to share those thoughts and feelings, I have a feeling many, if not most, of you can identify with me.

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42 Journal Prompts on all things Love

If you are a regular around here, you know I love to journal.  In the past, I’ve shared other journaling prompts and they’ve proven to be rather popular posts, so it seems like you guys love to journal too!

In you case you haven’t noticed all the hearts and roses everywhere, we’re coming up on Valentine’s Day next weekend.  Since that means love is on the mind (mainly because it’s everywhere we turn this month!), let’s pay homage to the sentiment, whip out our journals, and dig in with some self-reflection.

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The Power of Journaling

Over the past couple of years, journaling has become a powerful tool for me in my self-love, self-compassion journey.  I haven’t always been a journaled, but I’ve discovered the power of the pen.  When my ink starts flowing, I’m constantly amazed at what comes out.

Just looking at my journal makes me happy and I feel a sense of calmness come over me.

When I first started writing in my journal, it felt a little unnatural and I was never sure what to write.  But, through the power of practice and discovering some journaling ‘classes’ which provided daily prompts, I started getting more comfortable with it.

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