Is Journaling for You?
The topic of journaling is on your mind. I’m so glad you found this site.
Maybe you have a friend who journals. Perhaps you saw journaling on your favorite talk show or read about it in a magazine. Or maybe it was recommended to you by a life coach, medical professional or other trusted individual.
However you arrived here, I’m sure you have some questions about whether journaling can really improve your life, work, relationships, health and more. You may be wondering:
- Why should I journal?
- What’s it going to do for me?
- What’s the pay-off?
- Will it be worth the effort?
Just for starters, journaling can help you:
- Overcome perfectionism
- Accept criticism gracefully
- Weather change confidently
- Unplug and refocus
- Build your creativity
- Refuel your fiction or poetry
Below is a group of posts just for you that digs deeper into how a regular journaling practice has the power to help you in every aspect of your life.
Another useful resource is the Frequently Asked Questions which addresses many of the topics beginning journalers have.
If you decide you’re ready to begin journaling, start with How to Journal in 10 Simple Steps.
Harness the power of a regular journaling practice to feed your other writing.
Whether the change you’re facing is positive or negative, journaling will help you through it by providing solid ground, continuity, and proof that you’re a survivor.
Journaling increases your creative quotient, breathing life into any medium.
Journaling by hand may seem old-fashioned but here’s why it’s essential.
Nobody likes to be criticized. But learning how to receive constructive feedback and implement change is an enormous personal development tool. Your journal is the key to this process.