Get those thoughts out your head.

Updated: Sep 22

Changing your life and direction alone can be very hard and most days it

would be easier to just give up, because it is just that, easier. Its hard to get

out your comfort zone, but nothing grows there, journaling will push you at

times because it helps open the soul and gets all those thoughts out your

head. I found myself there just over two years ago when my mum passed

away. I was looking for a way to help me move forward and not back to the

depths of depression and anxiety, where I had lived for so many years.

Journaling and other daily practices, can and will reveal your direction and

your purpose. When you have a steady vision for the future, it allows you to

move forward with confidence, ease, helps you find out so much about

yourself and its an amazing stress management tool too.

If you try to tackle everything all at once you will quickly burn out, so doing

small daily steps are required, those daily steps compound into the results

you want. Journaling will help you see those daily steps that you are making

and monitor your own personal growth towards the life you desire. I was

looking so desperately to find the right journal for me to monitor my steps

and monitor my thoughts and feelings, but to no avail.

This is when `How am I feeling today ?` was born, which can be found on Amazon.

How am I feeling today is a yearlong undated journal, that is designed to

help the writer monitor their thoughts, feelings, actions and anchor down on the positive in life.

Journaling helps control symptoms and improves moods, by helping the

writer to prioritize problems, fears and concerns. It enables you to recognize

triggers and how they affect your actions.

The evidence and studies show conclusively, that journaling helps people

identify and accept their thoughts feelings and actions and ease symptoms

of mental, physical, emotional and well being. Journaling evokes

mindfulness and helps the writer remain present, whilst keeping perspective.

It not only helps with the memory, I once heard a saying “Its

better to have a shorter pencil, than a longer memory” and its so very true,

but it helps you be mindful of what your focusing on, which enables you to

change direction should you need to.

There is so much evidence available, proving that journaling helps with so

many mental and physical illnesses. So why don’t we journal? Personally, I

believe its because we are too busy to look after our inner self and don’t

understand how to journal. Most people think its about keeping a diary, but

its much more than that, journaling is no longer old fashioned. Its about

getting all those thoughts out your head.

However Journaling is no substitute for professional guidance, but does

help you identify your patterns.

If the recovery you seek is for the death of a loved one, one of the most

traumatic and heart-breaking events of all, journaling can help with that as

well. Writing can give you a chance to process your enormous loss and

reduce the most severe symptoms of grief.

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