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A simple guide to journaling ...

What's on your mind? What's got you bogged down and keeping you from focusing? What's a healthy way to get everything on your mind off it? Without judgement from anyone.


Journaling was always something that I looked at as being so intricate and complex it actually made me nervous to even think about (so was self-care). But it doesn't have to be! There's no right or wrong way to go about journaling simply because it's your own personal thoughts going on paper You express them the way that feels best to and for you. You can share or not share, be formal or informal... Whatever!


Here are a few tips to help inspire you to get how you're feeling out on paper:


  • Grab a cool notebook and a pen. Journaling this way can help you process the way you feel more effectively.

  • Make it a daily habit. Set aside a time each day to journal.

  • Don't overthink. Keep it simple.

  • Go with the flow. Don't focus on grammatical errors and just do what feels most natural for you.

  • Write about anything

  • Get creative. Try writing a letter, a poem, lists, art etc.

  • Start a gratitude journal. Giving thanks to what you're most grateful focus can be a great prompt.



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