Some research suggests it takes approximately four weeks to form a habit, writing in a journal is no exception.
Writing in a journal has lots of benefits, including changing your frame of mind, observing your environment, thinking about those around you, empathy, self-knowledge and insight. Writing in a journal can help lots with goal setting, focus and mood. Yet still, facing the blank page can be like a brick wall. What do you write?
This challenge gives you 30 ideas to break that writers block. Each idea comes with a title so the page is no longer blank and taunting you. So if you want to write to improve your life but don’t know where to start, love your journal but are a little stuck in a rut or simply want something fun to do then this course is for you.
The many benefits of keeping a journal, whether daily, weekly or random include higher emotional intelligence, a greater ability to communicate with those around you and a greater awareness of the outcomes of your actions. Robin Sharma says 20 minutes meditation, 20 minutes exercise and 20 minutes of journal writing can set you up for the day. The main reason for this is that it allows you to focus your thoughts and take control. By taking control you can focus on the positive. You give yourself the opportunity to focus on what you need to do to keep your life on track. This is a small thing but it has a big impact. It puts you in the driving seat of your life. In the same way as speaking to a friend or a counsellor can direct your thoughts and make you feel better you have an outlet to muse and to work out just what you need.
“One small positive thought in the morning can change the whole day.” The Law of Attraction Coaching
What Will You Learn?
- 30 daily exercises to start writing your journal and getting the best out of the experience
The 30 Day Journal Challenge