Your journal is a place where you can safely sort out your innermost feelings so you can deal with them. Rather than keeping your emotions bottled up, getting them down on paper is a healthier way to relieve pent up anger, frustration, and disappointment. Read More
If you struggle with depression, journaling can clear your head, sort through your feelings, and put things in perspective. Writing is also a great outlet for sadness, grief, stress, worry, frustration, anger, or disappointment. If you’re having trouble getting started, the following prompts may help. Read More
Does gratitude journaling show health benefits when examined through the critical lenses of science?
The short answer is yes. Among the positive psychology interventions, gratitude interventions are the most established. Researchers are finding numerous perks of gratitude journaling, including physical, personal and social benefits
Taking stock of your emotions, goals, and progress will facilitate an overall healthier lifestyle. A gratitude journal is an amazing tool for anyone seeking to take control of their life by having a more optimistic outlook. Read More
People travel for many reasons: Business, vacation, adventure. Regardless of your reasons, you want to document every step of it, such as highlights of the trip, events, things that make you smile and things that you can reflect on. The best way to document your travel is by keeping a travel journal. Read More