Beginners Guide To Journaling - Improve your life
What you'll learn
- Learn different ways of journaling so suit you
- Improve your productivity with journaling
- Improve your physical, emotional and mental health with journaling
- 4 Projects each taking 5 days to grow and develop
- No pre experience needed
This course will show you have to clearly and simply use journaling to improve your life in so many ways.
I will show you how to improve your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.
There are as many ways to journal as reasons to do it.
There is no wrong way either – the most important thing is routine and commitment.
Learn what you need to successfully journal and then how to achieve amazing outcomes with it.
I will take you through ways to improve your productivity, reduce stress, work through difficult situations, start or improve your meditation or mindfulness practice, create art projects or efficiently finish large projects.
In this course there are 4 profound 5 day projects for you to work through that will allow you to find your passion in life, improve your self-esteem, discover the amazing power of gratitude and achieve your goals.
This course has been built for you to receive these amazing benefits of journaling:
Improve emotional and physical wellbeing – keep track of what helps
Improve mental and emotional clarification – work through
Reduce stress and anxiety – more organised, calmer
Help with problem solving
Improve immune system – less stress and more sleep = better immunity
Reduces blood pressure
Boosts mood – especially gratitude, productivity
Recovery from trauma
Achieve more productivity
Improve your life getting rid of limiting beliefs
Join this course now and start living your best life possible. Living a happy, healthy life.
Who this course is for:
Margaret loves helping people. From teaching to coaching to being a therapist.
A qualified osteopath, herbal therapist, EFT therapist, meditation and mindfulness coach, CBT therapist.
She lives in Sussex with her wife and 4 cats. Forages for herbs on the downs and is often found showing others how to forage for their own herbs and how to use them.
Margaret believes knowledge is empowerment and thrives on sharing hers.