Hannah Braime

The Ultimate Guide to Journaling

In The Ultimate Guide to Journaling, you’ll find the tips, inspiration, and prompts you need to start and maintain a journaling practice for DIY self-discovery.

This clear and concise handbook shares everything you need to know to deepen your relationship with yourself using this powerful personal development tool. Covering foundational topics like how to journal, which tools to use, and how to make it a regular habit, as well as over 30 different journaling techniques and many more prompts, The Ultimate Guide to Journaling will help you keep your practice flowing for years to come. Through a combination of handwritten, digital and art journaling suggestions, you’ll learn how to tap into your internal resources, learn more about what makes you who you are, discover how to negotiate with the different parts of yourself, and create a safe space to explore your inner world.
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    Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 months ago
    What Is Journaling?
    Each time you make an entry into your journal, you open another door into yourself.

    —Lucia Capacchione, PhD, The Well-Being Journal
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 months ago
    Reading books, talking to other people, and similar activities are important and necessary to develop self-knowledge, but journaling is the most effective self-therapy tool I’ve encountered. Although I used to appreciate my journal because it was always there for me, I’ve come to realize I like it because it reminds me that I am always there for me.
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 months ago
    Research at the University of Texas at Austin has shown that journaling can also have a positive influence on our physical well-being. Psychologist James W. Pennebaker (author of Writing to Heal) found that participants who engaged in a regular journaling practice experienced a strengthened immune system, as well as a reduction in physical symptoms caused by conditions like asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.

    For me, I know that, without journaling, I would feel less than whole, because I would know less about myself.

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