30 Day Creative Journal Challenge

30 day creative journal challenge

Do the 30 day creative journal challenge with me!!30 day journal challenge

It started as a challenge to myself: to make a daily video to share my journaling practice more openly.

I did this in 2013 and now here we are in 2020 and people are still using those videos to journal along with me!

People keep telling me how helpful and inspiring it is to not be all alone in their journaling - some people have done this several times and learn new things about themselves each time.

Why a 30 day Journal Challenge:

You already know that journaling is magic.

Journaling helps you feel more centred, peaceful and sure of yourself. It helps you hear your inner voice more clearly.

Journaling helps you connect with your dreams!

But.. sometimes it's hard to journal CONSISTENTLY or to know what to write about!

A 30 day journal Challenge will help you:

Develop a habit of journaling every day (or close to it) so that you can get MORE of the amazing benefits of journaling.

Stick with your journaling practice when you want to give up. We ALL want to give up sometimes - but those times, when it feels really hard to journal, are actually the times when there are the most insights to be had.

(I show you EXACTLY how this works during the 30 day journal challenge)

HAVE MORE FUN in your journal.

HAVE MORE IDEAS for HOW to journal.

You’ve got a lot of magic in you.

And I’ve got a lot of tools, tips and practices to help you use it more effectively as FUEL for your DREAMS.

 

Start today! Get access to ALL of my free classes* here:

*Included classes:

 

Your Next Steps: a journaling + meditation class for navigating your next steps with your dream.

Help! I'm Stuck!: a 4 day class for getting un-stuck and transforming your stuck energy into FUEL for your dream.

The Hard Parts Are Where The Magic Happens: 80 minute healing circle and inner work workshop

Soothe*Restore*Grow: 80 minue deep dive into healing pandemic overwhelm and growing into your wildest dreams for what's next

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