I’m teaching my online journaling course—Write to Flourish: A Beginner’s Guide to Journaling—in March. Registration closes at noon on Sunday, March 5, 2017. If you’d like to take the class and it isn’t a good time, please sign up here to be notified when the course opens again.
I still remember the bright pink Hello Kitty diary that I wrote in as a sixth-grader. I hid the diary behind my collection of miniature troll dolls. Those little figurines were considered collectables during my tween years, but that’s a whole other story.
During my tween and teen years, my journaling practice wasn’t consistent. However, journaling got me into the habit of writing down stories, ideas, and lists. It wasn’t until my 20s that I developed a daily journaling practice. Now, I’m in my mid-30s and my journals (and pens) are never far from my side.
Journaling has given me many gifts, like:
- the ability to sort through complex emotions
- a safe writing space
- the ability to capture ideas on the go
- a simple gratitude practice
- the courage to share my story online and in books
- and so much more
I’m a journaling advocate and junkie because it’s a powerful way to unlock your truth, record stories, and find your voice. I constantly encourage loved ones and blog readers to begin a daily journaling practice because it offers gifts that are unique to each individual.
If you are a beginning journaler, a dabbler, or a seasoned writer looking to reboot your writing practice, this class is for you! My goal is to empower you to write in your journal for 20 minutes every day. I do this by offering tips, tools, and resources during this class.
Read the full course syllabus and register here.