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When's the last time you wrote something that you knew nobody else would read?

While plenty of us start journaling as kids, reintroducing the practice as an adult has been shown to work wonders for mood and outlook.


While most writing is about opening up and sharing, journaling is more about looking inward and exploring what makes you tick. The purpose of journaling is to awaken conscious thinking, which is simply having an honest conversation with yourself!

Here, we will explore how to start a journaling routine you'll actually stick with (and love), for the benefit of your mental wellness.


In this guide you will learn the basics of different types of journalling, the benefits of journalling and have access to 30 journalling prompts! 

Journalling for Wellness: A Beginners Guide

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