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How to start journaling.


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Feel the healing powers of journaling wash over you. This deeply personal practice looks as unique as you. Make it your own- scribble in a leather-bound book with your favourite pen, or tap away on your phone. Either way, it's about the journey, not the destination. Let your thoughts and feelings flow freely onto the page. No need to overthink it- just be present with yourself. Journaling invites self-discovery, allows you to process emotions, and nurtures your wellbeing. Let journaling be your sanctuary, where you can retreat and reconnect with your highest self.



Carry a journal with you.

Let your journal be your constant companion on your wellness journey. When inspiration strikes, your journal will be there, ready to capture your thoughts, ideas, and to-do's. Each blank page is an invitation to check in with yourself; so tuck your journal in your bag, keep it close, and let the pages fill with your discoveries, dreams, and daily reflections. With daily writing, your journal becomes a trusted space for processing life and nurturing your spirit.



Write about anything.

When it comes to journaling, the page is your safe space. Let your thoughts wander wherever they may, judgement- free. Your journal is here to hold space for you. Length doesn't matter (well sometimes it does haha). Whether you write a few lines or a few pages, the simple act of checking in with yourself daily is what counts.



Try using prompts.

When writer's block hits, the blank page can feel daunting. But don't let a lack of inspiration stop you from journaling! Even on uninspired days, a little nudge can get those creative juices flowing. Try using a daily prompt for an instant boost of motivation. The simple act of writing can bring clarity and comfort, even if you're not feeling particularly inspired. Some days the words will pour out easily, some days it may feel more difficult. But by showing up with compassion with yourself, you can find the inspiration you seek.



Just keep writing.

Don't halt your hand mid -sentence to correct a word or rethink a phrase. Once your stream of consciousness has run its course, you can revisit what you've written. Read over your reflections with an open heart and see what insights bubble up. This free-flowing approach allows your authentic inner voice to come through.



Have fun.

Honour your inner wisdom, and let journaling be a fun, creative outlet to process emotions, gain clarity, and connect with your highest self.







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