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If you’re here reading this right now, I’m guessing you’re curious about journaling. It’s something you’d like to do, but you’re not sure where to start, or if you’d like it. You may not even know why you should even attempt journaling (hint: there are some pretty awesome health benefits!). But you know that journaling is something that has captured your attention.

Let me ask you:

  • Have you wanted to create a journaling routine, but just can’t get started (or stick with it)?
  • Does a book filled with blank pages feel overwhelming and uninspiring?
  • Are you afraid that you have nothing “good” to write about?
  • Do you buy notebook after notebook thinking that *this* will be “the one”?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Heart-Centered Healing: A Journal for the Non-Journaler may be the perfect solution for you!

My Love-Hate Relationship with Journaling

This book developed out of my own love-hate relationship with journaling. For almost my entire life, I have wanted to cultivate a regular journaling routine, but I have never been able to stick with it. I’ve purchased countless journals and notebooks, from fancy to plain, all in the hopes that that next book would be the key to shifting my relationship to journaling.

And yet, journaling eluded me.

I’d write a few thoughts down for a day or two, but then I’d get annoyed and move on.  I would become overwhelmed and intimidated by a big blank notebook. I’d find myself straining to write one page of content. In comparison to some, I felt as though my life was rather simple and boring. What on earth do I have to write about?

Even though I struggled with journaling, I had a strong desire to make it a regular part of my life. I felt a call to capture my life in some sort of written form (outside of blog posts). I knew I had to find a way to make journaling comfortable and fun for myself…something that I could stick with for the rest of my life.

The Birth of Something New

One day, I took a blank sketchbook (leftover from art school many moons ago) and just started carrying it with me wherever I went. I would jot down random thoughts, to-do lists, things I wanted to learn or explore, business ideas, or just an a-ha moment that I might have while I was out and about.

I didn’t write page after page of words. I didn’t sit down at a specific time each day to write. Some days I didn’t write anything, I simply sketched or doodled, or wrote down inspiring quotes that I had heard recently. I gave myself specific personal development questions to answer or other fun activities that I had come across. I used colored pens and pencils because color just makes me happier.

Little did I know that this new method of capturing my thoughts, experiences, and dreams helped me sink into a more regular journaling routine. One that allowed me to relax into the process of self-exploration without getting caught up in the fear of pain or perfectionistic tendencies that had long plagued my life.

Gone was the overwhelm of looking at a book full of blank pages. Instead, it was replaced by fun activities that helped get me out of my head and allowed me to grow, even if I wasn’t writing page after page about my life every day.

One day, I realized that if I had struggled with traditional journalling, then I certainly couldn’t be the only one. Many holistic practitioners recommend journaling to their clients and patients as a way to help with the emotional and mental parts of healing. How many people could really benefit from a journaling practice, but felt overwhelmed by it, just like I had?

It was in that moment Heart-Centered Healing: A Journal for the Non-Journaler was born.

About Heart-Centered Healing: A Journal for the Non-Journaler

They say necessity is the mother of invention. Out of my own necessity, I created a journal that finally makes me want to journal regularly. This became a passion project for me, filled with my heart and soul. And now I would love to share it with you.

In this journal, you will find:

  • 260 pages with a beautiful hardcover and metal spiral binding.
  • a fun, colorful, whimsical design that will relax and inspire you.
  • information about why journaling, gratitude, and meditation are so important to our physical and mental health.
  • lots of places to write down your thoughts, dreams, hopes, and desires, from lined journal pages to blank sketching or doodling pages.
  • thought-provoking activities and journaling prompt that encourage you to dig a little deeper.
  • motivational quotes that will keep you inspired, optimistic, and hopeful about life and your future.
  • and for those days where you don’t feel like writing anything (but still want a little quiet time to yourself), coloring pages that will offer a small retreat from your daily life.

What is most important to know is that there is no right or wrong way to use this journal. There are no expectations, no rules, no formal structure. This journal was created for you, my non-journaling friend. It is a way to capture snapshots of your life and learn more about yourself through the power of writing and reflection.

I want nothing else than for you to HAVE FUN with this book. I want the process of journaling and deep exploration of your life to be a fun and uplifting experience. 

Take a Peek Inside

I am so incredibly proud of how this book turned out. The fun, whimsical, airy design makes it exciting to pick up and inspirational to write my thoughts in. Take a peek at some of the inside pages (scroll to the bottom of this page to see even more interior pages!)!

Are You Ready to Cultivate a Journaling Routine Once and For All?

If so, Heart-Centered Healing: A Journal for the Non-Journaler is here to help you achieve that goal. Now you can finally experience the benefits of journaling and mindfulness without the stress and overwhelm of a big blank notebook.

Once I learned how I best liked to journal, I found it to be an indispensable part of my own healing journey. Gone was the frustration I had felt in the past. Instead, I now looked forward to my journaling sessions, especially if I had the time to go somewhere outdoors to write.

Heart-Centered Healing: A Journal for the Non-Journaler is launching in March 2018, but if you pre-order, you get hooked up with some awesome bonuses (scroll down for more info on those!)!

Pre-Order Sale + 5 Awesome Bonuses!

The Heart-Centered Healing Journal is currently on pre-sale for $19.97. The books will be shipped United States Postal Service Priority Mail (within the United States only), with estimated delivery in mid-late March 2018. For international orders, please contact me for a custom shipping quote hereIf you pre-order your copy today, you get to take advantage of these super fun bonuses ($160 value) to enjoy in the interim, including:

Bonus #1
A PDF “preview” version of the journal that you can print off and start using right now.

Bonus #2
A set of 3 guided meditations (5, 10, and 15 minutes) to help you relax, unwind, and reconnect (MP3 format)
(retail value $40)

Bonus #3
A set of 3 printable watercolor illustrations from the book (suitable for printing and framing)
so you can stay encouraged and uplifted every day
(retail value $60)

Bonus #4 – A complimentary copy of my Self-Care for Vibrant Living Guidebook
(retail value $20)

Bonus #5 – An exclusive coupon for one FREE copy of any of my current eBooks found here
(retail value $10-$40)

I can’t wait for you to get your copy of Heart-Centered Healing! I know it will be the perfect companion to your healing journey. I never thought I would get to a point where I really enjoyed journaling or kept my journal with me regularly. But now, thanks to my “new” method, I embrace journaling and it has embraced me back!

Order Now: $19.97 (+ amazing bonuses!)

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