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📯 Journaling as a practice dates back centuries!

It has been used by people from all walks of life to record their thoughts, experiences, and ideas. While it may be considered an “old school” practice, journaling continues to be a popular tool for personal growth and self-reflection in modern times.

In recent years, the popularity of journaling has been on the rise, with many people turning to journaling as a means of self-care and stress relief. There are also many different types of journals available, from traditional pen and paper journals to digital journals and apps!

So, while journaling may have a long history, it remains a relevant and effective practice for personal growth and self-reflection in today’s world.

📔 Journaling has numerous benefits when you engage in it regularly.

In our fast-paced modern society, people generally do not sit down and reflect on their thoughts and feelings.

📱 With the rise of smartphones & social media, people may be more inclined to spend their free time scrolling through their feeds rather than engaging in reflective activities like journaling. Some may be hesitant to write down their thoughts and feelings in fear that someone else may read them and judge them. 💔

🤷‍♂️ And some may feel intimidated by the prospect of starting a journal, especially if they are not used to writing or are unsure of what to write about.

✨ With a little bit of time and effort, anyone can start journaling and reap the benefits.✨

Some of the benefits of journaling are:

🌿 Reduces stress and anxiety:

Writing about your thoughts and feelings can help you process and make sense of them, which can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

🌿 Boosts mood and emotional intelligence:

Journaling can improve your mood and help you develop greater emotional intelligence by helping you become more aware of your own emotions and the emotions of others.

🌿 Helps with goal-setting and self-reflection:

Writing down your goals and reflecting on your progress can help you stay motivated and focused.

🌿 Increases creativity:

Journaling can help to stimulate creativity and generate new ideas, as well as provide an outlet for self-expression.

🌿 Improves memory and cognitive function:

Writing things down can help to improve memory retention and cognitive function, as it engages different parts of the brain.

🌿 Facilitates problem-solving:

Journaling can help you work through problems and find solutions by providing a space to brainstorm and analyze different options.

Overall, journaling can be a powerful tool for personal growth, self-reflection, and emotional wellbeing.

🧡 I include a form of journaling with my clients. Although it’s hard to start, they all recognize how insightful it is and are really glad they did it !

Click here to download the free ebook – 22 Day Therapeutic Journal

Hope you like it !

🧡

Nicole

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