How daily journaling and life coaching can help change your life
All posts by Sarah Adams
I am a journalist and writer who has worked for newspapers, magazines, TV and online for the last 30 years. I have also written books, appeared on TV and radio and lecture in journalism and PR. I have worked in the world of corporate communications as a manager, and also help to run The Community Media Group, a social enterprise that exists to produce professional, community newspapers in socially challenging areas as well as providing free training. I now work as a personal development coach as well as a freelance journalist, script writer and university lecturer. My first novel is also work in progress!
If you have been thinking about starting a daily journaling routine but haven't quite got there yet, then follow my four step quick start plan below to start seeing results and move from average to awesome-fast!
If you have been thinking about making some changes and feel that you would like September to be the start of your 'new year', then read my five top questions to ask yourself as a great way to get started.
September is all about new pencil cases, blank exercise books, new school shoes and bags and a proper fresh start! It is, after all, a new term and it can be a new term for everyone-not just students and school children.
I know that the actual physical act of writing is a powerful and impactful method of auditing, editing, curating and creating new lives, new plans and new ambitions. I know because I have done it myself and so have almost a thousand people I have worked with over the last ten years. But as well ...
The act of writing triggers complex processes in our brain involving both the right hemisphere of our brain (associated with creativity, imagination and intuition) and the left hemisphere (associated with logical thinking, language and writing). In order to write, we need to convert the things we imagine into a visible record. We process our thoughts ...