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Types of Journaling you can start with! Series 1

Types of Journaling you can start with! Series 1

Journaling is an incredibly powerful tool for self-discovery, self love,  growth, and healing. One of the best things about journaling is that there are soo many different types of journaling styles that you can choose from, each with their own unique benefits.

We have some of it to inspire you to find the one that speaks to you:

  1. Daily journaling: This journaling style is about capturing the moments of your day, your thoughts and emotions. It's a way to process your feelings and gain perspective on your life. It's a powerful tool to track your day to day personal growth, task you have accomplished and reflect on your experiences. It helps you do a quick check on your emotions and inner voice. We highly recommend this when you want to wind down your day and reflect back on it! 

  2. Gratitude journaling: In this journaling, it's all about focusing on the positive aspects of your life. It's a way to cultivate an attitude of gratitude and appreciate the really small things in life. It's a very powerful tool to shift your mindset to a more optimistic one. It can be just one line a day!

  3. Bullet journaling: This type of journaling is about organization and productivity. It's a system of symbols and layouts that helps you to keep track of your daily to-do list tasks, and plans or even tracking your habits. It's a great way to stay on top of things and achieve your goals.

  4. Travel journaling: This type of journaling is all about documenting your travels and preserving memories. It's a way to reflect on the places you've been, the people you've met and the experiences you've had. It's a powerful tool to create a lasting memory of your journey.

    Of course, you can mix and match and create your journal styles depending on time you have, state of mind you are in and why you want to journal. 

    Stay tuned for the next series 2 where you talk about more journaling styles!
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