In times of change, journaling makes us resilient. When the world around us is uncertain, our journal provides a home base, a constant, and an undeniable sense of stability. Here’s how.
The essentials for creating a successful journaling practice, including choosing tools, time and place
Some problems can’t be solved with logic and reason. Here’s how to access your subconscious and put it to work providing you solutions.
Your journal is the perfect place to get detailed and specific about your dreams and desires. Here’s how getting specific can get you what you want.
Journal privacy concerns arise when we think about what will happen to our journals after we’re gone. Here are some solutions so you can rest easy and write freely again.
When you successfully make a big change, it’s important to celebrate your success. Here’s how and why.
The loss of your journals is a painful and traumatic experience. Here’s how to walk through the grief and continue journaling on the other side.
Want to get started journaling? Here are the ten essentials for getting started keeping a journal, based on the most frequent roadblocks.
If you put off journaling because you’re strapped for time, here are four ways to capture the daily essentials in under ten minutes a day.
The magical benefits of journal writing are invisible. But that doesn’t make them any less real. Here’s why your dreams need you to write boring entries.
When changing our habits or quitting an addiction, we need all the help we can get. These journaling prompts will help you identify the people in your life who can provide expert advice and backup.
Choosing the right motivation for you can mean the difference between success and failure. Here’s how to figure out what lights a fire under your behind.
A special kind of writer’s block sometimes afflicts people who journal. Here’s how to solve it.
Here’s how to harness the benefits of journal writing for more vivid days — and nights.
Part 4 in the “Be a Better Quitter” series: journaling prompts for creating alternate behaviors to replace the negative ones you’ve given up.
Journaling prompts for Part 3 of the “Be a Better Quitter” series. Identifying the reasons for your behavior enables you to find a healthier substitute that produces the same feeling.
This journaling tool helps you change an unwanted behavior by looking at the costs and benefits of quitting. Part 2 of the “Be a Better Quitter” series.