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Headspace: How to start a journal
Very Well Mind: The benefits of journaling for stress management
PsychCentral: The benefits of journaling for stress relief
Your journaling will be most effective if you do it daily for about 20 minutes.
Begin anywhere, and forget spelling and punctuation. You can always edit later if you want to, but you don't have to.
Remember the YourCrew journal is private (unless you want to show a Crew member). Therefore go for it, only you can see it.
Write quickly, as this frees your brain from “shoulds” and other blocks.
If it helps, pick a theme for the day, week or month (for example, peace of mind, confusion, change or anger).
There are no rules! Do what you want.
The YourCrew journal lets you add photos and it can be fun to look back through the journal to see your photos from the past.
Prompts to get you started here:
PsychCentral: 64 journaling prompts for self-discovery
Girl Crush Co: Journal prompts
Shaina Leis: What to write in a journal (part 1)
Practical Psychology: How to journal for self-growth