I’m expanding on the essential daily habits I discussed over the first four episodes of this podcast and introducing you to another: Journaling. This is one of my favorite ways to manage my overthinking brain, and it’s a hack I recommend to almost every one of my clients.
It’s interesting how often people push back on this idea. Journaling seems like an easy thing to do but making it a daily practice is a little more difficult. But once you get the hang of it and you see the benefits for yourself, it will become an integral part of bringing you calm every single day.
Tune in this week to discover the power of journaling. We have on average 60,000 thoughts a day, and with an overthinking brain, they’re even harder to sift through. I’m sharing why I believe journaling is the most powerful tool at your disposal in bringing more clarity and joy to your life, and how to get started, even if you’re currently feeling resistant to the idea.
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What You Will Discover:
- Why I believe journaling is an essential habit if, like me, you have an overthinking brain.
- What you can learn from going back and looking at journals you’ve kept in the past.
- The main areas that my clients give me pushback initially when I suggest they start journaling.
- Why journaling is the perfect tool to keep track of your achievements, and why tracking your achievements matters.
- How to use the habit of keeping a journal to build other daily intentional habits in your life.
- Why, no matter what you’re telling yourself right now, you always have time to jot down your thoughts in your journal.
- The one and only rule of journaling.
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- Ep #1: 4 Essential Habits to Reducing Stress: Hydration
- Ep #2: 4 Essential Habits to Reducing Stress: Observe Your Levels
- Ep #3: 4 Essential Habits to Reducing Stress: Meditation
- Ep #4: 4 Daily Habits to Reduce Your Stress: Exercise
- Enjoy the original episodes of my previous podcast: Joy Hunting