Journaling Challenge Case Study: Jo Bendle

Another case study I am really excited about. This time from my productivity coach and mentor, Jo Bendle. Many of you will know Jo from her Facebook group Productivity Boosters and her membership site Wildly Successful Society, a truly supportive community featuring monthly planning sessions, a co-working room, group accountability and much more. How long have you been… Read More »

3 Powerful Reasons to Attend a Journaling Workshop

The most common objection I hear to coming to a journaling workshop is “I can do journaling at home, why should I go to a group?” There are many things that can be done alone, yet people still gather in groups to do them, for example knitting or running. Find Connection Recently I was reading a book about… Read More »

Journaling Challenge Case Study: Tash Corbin

Today I’m really excited to present the first of my case studies of the journaling challenge.  Our first subject is my business coach, Tash Corbin. Tash is a business coach and mentor to online female entrepreneurs. She runs a Facebook group called Heart-Centred Soul-Driven Entrepreneurs which has over 26000 members.  How long have you been journaling? I started journaling… Read More »

How Journaling Can Help You This Holiday Season

The holidays are the perfect time to get out your journal. We’re all taking a break from work and with the New Year approaching it’s the perfect time to take some time out and reflect. So how can journaling help you this holiday season?: If you want a personalised and cheap gift ideas then write a character sketch… Read More »

How Journaling Can Save You Time

Journaling saves me hours of time a week, I have no doubt about that. Before I started journaling I used to waste so much time – time that I can now put to good use. Here’s how journaling can save you time: It clarifies your goals, so you start the morning knowing exactly what direction you are going… Read More »

How I Wrote My Way Back to Wellness

Journaling has many health benefits. A study into the health benefits of journaling by Dr James Pennebaker, a research psychologist, found that writing for just 15 to 20 minutes per day for four days produced increased immune system functioning. These changes lasted up to six weeks after the end of the experiment and months later participants had fewer… Read More »

My Adventures with the Morning Pages

About 12 years I ago I discovered the Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron, a book aimed at reclaiming your creativity. One of the exercises in it was that each morning you write three pages of stream of consciousness writing. The aim behind it was to get out all the things that were blocking you from being creative. I… Read More »

How to Journal Your Way to Your Goals

For the past few months, I’ve been focused on my goal of launching an online and in person journaling course. A big part of getting ready for the launch has involved journaling. Every day I’ve journaled about what it would be like to achieve my goal. Its help me to believe that it is possible and I can… Read More »

Why You Should Reread Your Journals

The power of journaling isn’t just in the writing of your journals but also in the rereading of them. Recently I was feeling depressed. I have several workshops coming up and had convinced myself they were all going to end in failure. I reread my journal and noticed that the times I felt good, I had reread my… Read More »