You’ve been journaling for a while now, but you can’t get into a habit. You start and stop, buy a book of prompts or a guided journal thinking THIS will be the thing that helps you stick to it
But then life gets crazy. You’ve got a million things to do–clients to see, creative projects, family responsibilities–so that journal gathers dust on the nightstand where you left it.
Days go by. Weeks. You feel more guilty every time you look at it. Then you see a new notebook in the store and you’re enchanted by the possibilities. So you bring it home.
But the cycle just starts over again and you’re stuck. You want to have the life changing journal-experiences that you read about in books and online articles, but you wonder if your own journal will ever be more than a series of apologies to yourself for not writing more.
I have good news!
You can ditch the guilt, because there’s nothing wrong with you or the way you write.
The only thing standing between you and the journaling experience you want is consistency.
My five day challenge will help you find the best journal practice for your life and your needs.
- Practical, actionable daily tips on finding a routine that works for you.
- Free Prompts and Exercises for when you’re stuck, plus tips to help you create your own
- Accountability within a group of dedicated journalers like yourself who are building their own journal practice alongside you.
This is for you if:
- You’re a female creative who enjoys journaling and wants to journal more consistently.
- You’re ready to make changes in your life so you can be happier, more fulfilled and proud of your success
- You’re self-motivated and don’t like to be told there is only one right way to do things!!!!
You don’t have to write every day.
You don’t have to write until your hand falls asleep.
You can write junk if you want to.
Every journal entry doesn’t have to be profound.
You can doodle, write lists, cover your pages with pictures. Whatever helps you connect with the page and the person you want to be.
All you have to do to get what you want out of your journal is start, and then keep going.