Jot It Down
One of the most powerful self-care steps you can take is to embrace the art of journaling. You might feel like dismissing this, but before you do, take a look at a few facts.
Studies have shown:
• People who journal experience better moods.
• Journaling helps to reduce stress.
• Regular journaling is an effective tool to fight depression and anxiety.
• People who journal don’t get sick as often.
• Healing from medical procedures occurs faster in people who journal as opposed to those who don’t.
Best of all journaling helps us better understand ourselves!
There are as many ways to journal as there are benefits. There is no one-size-fits-all kinds of journaling you must do in order to reap those benefits. You can journal in a variety of ways depending on your likes and needs. In this package you will explore journalling components closer and identify the ones that will work best for you.
Good luck on your new journey.
The Grateful Life
What is the difference between someone who is full of joy, has a zest for life, and always seems to have a smile on their face, and someone who is grumpy, grouchy, and a total drain to be around?
Could it be the amount of money they make, their personalities, or even the circumstances they’re going through?
While all those things certainly play a role, they’re not the primary factor.
The primary factor is gratitude, and this eBook will help you find it!