A famous author once wrote that a goal without a journal is just a wish. Find out how you can use a goal journal to increase your chances of being successful.
There are so many benefits of journaling and today we are looking at five ways keeping a journal can improve your life. From helping you to discover what’s important to encouraging you to be more creative.
If you are looking for a way to deal with your feelings and emotions in a safe space then an expressive journal could be just what you need.
Journaling has so many benefits but if you’re wondering how on earth you can write a journal without writing (because you hate it) we’ve got five alternative ideas for you!
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Keeping a memory book is a simple way to document your child’s story as they grow up. It becomes a treasured gift that you can share with them when they are older. Find out how simple it is to get started.
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Putting your thoughts on paper through words or images in your journal can be a wonderful way to boost your confidence. Click to find out how.
Write your New Year’s Resolutions in your journal and you’ll be more likely to stick to them. In fact you should have a journal just for your resolutions!