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.
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 ...
Our first FREE online course has just launched (yay!) and already people are signing up and enjoying the benefits of (something free obviously—what's not to love!?) but also the benefits of a daily writing practice and how journaling can really help to change things for the better.
WELL DONE! You have made it to Day Seven of our first ever seven day writing challenge and I am thrilled to have had you on board! I really hope it has fired your imagination and got you thinking about all the things you can do and the changes that you can make to your ...
By now you should be getting used to writing every day and really starting to feel the benefits that daily journaling can bring to your life. You should be feeling clear, confident, focused and ready for anything!
Capturing an emotion in words makes it feel more real. We can’t change things if we don’t acknowledge them. It’s easy to acknowledge what we are thinking but it’s not always easy to accept how we FEEL. And writing about our feelings is often very hard-BUT...by writing down how you FEEL you will become more comfortable with how your emotions can impact on and influence your ideas and plans. This is very important as we start to set goals.
Congratulations! You have signed up for seven days of inspiration, motivation and creative visualisation that I really hope will help you to get some clarity into your life and focus on YOU and YOUR goals for the year ahead.