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I’ve always been fascinated by our human-ness. By our thoughts, feelings, and the things that we experience. Journaling has always been a way for me to connect to those things that are often easier to detach from or not think about. We do ourselves a disservice when we do that. There is so much wisdom in our past experience and in this journey that we call being human.
Journey Through Journaling is just that – it’s a journey through the things that you’ve experienced and the things that you’ve gone through and the things that you’ve done.
You are writing your story.
The digital version of Journey Through Journaling is actually three .PDF files. One is in black and white for easy printing and the other two are in color with two different designs. All versions allow you to either print out the pages OR fill them out on your computer with Adobe .PDF Reader.
Journey Through Journaling is 150 pages and has about 260 prompts that are organized by different themes. There are some pretty deep topics like guilt, shame, and regret. Every prompt is designed to help you uncover something about yourself. Whether it be taking an in-depth look into what your boundaries look like or the things that truly make you happy in life, or whether you know (and are honoring) your life purpose. Note: Some of these prompts may be triggering. We talk about secrets and shame and love and some of those topics can touch on painful spots.
The prompts are safe for teens. There's nothing super adult-y.
-260 Journaling Prompts (Themes include Life Purpose, Shame, Guilt, Happiness, Love, Disappointment, Healing, Strength, Fear, Anger and MANY more)
-Print-at-home if you'd like!
-Digital Fill-In Enabled with Adobe .PDF Reader (You can type in the .PDF and save your answers)
-Black and White Available
-Has someone else's perception of you ever limited you? What about encouraged you or pushed you in a positive way?
-Have you ever wanted to love someone but you couldn't allow yourself to?
-If you had unlimited resources to change the world for the better, how would you? Is there a way you can do it on a smaller scale?
-Do you think anyone holds a grudge towards you?
-What period of your life provided the most growth for you? Was it a painful or happy time in your life?
-How do you make other people happy?
-How do you feel when your boundaries are pushed? How do you react?
-When you were younger, what was your most secret secret?
-What burdens have you carried for other people?
-Have you ever lost faith in someone and then regained your faith in that person?
-What’s the most shocking thing you’ve discovered about yourself or your abilities?
Journey Through Journaling is For You If....
- Do you want to write about your thoughts and experiences?
- Do you have trouble writing about yourself?
- Do you have tons of journals and notebooks that remain full of blank pages?
- Do you stare at the computer screen waiting for juicy inspiration?
- Do you want to dig deep inside of your past and discover how it has shaped you?
- Have you ever felt like your story needs to be written but you don't know where to start?
- Does your Inner Critic open their big mouth and stop you from writing before you even begin?
- Do you need to develop your own writing style and learn how to write your way?
Along with all of these juicy prompts, you'll learn why journaling is important, how you can defeat the blank page, shut down your inner critic, and come up with a writing ritual that nourishes you. I also talk about how to find your writing voice and how to embrace your creativity.
I want you to write your story, but more important than that, I want you to enjoy writing your story.
I want your words to make a difference, even if it's only in making a difference to you.
This is GREAT for bloggers that want to share more personal stories on their blogs but are having trouble coming up with topics.
I really want this journaling course to change your life. I want it to give you those moments of profound wisdom. I want you to discover, and re-discover, things that you've forgotten or hidden from yourself. There's so much more to you than what's on the surface. You are light and you are darkness, you are hopes and dreams, you are responsibilities and burdens, and you are your wounds and your healings. All of those things, the good and the bad, are the things that make you who you are.
Don't hide from those things any longer.
By the time you finish this workbook, you will have deeper understanding of yourself, your journey, and who you are at the foundation of your being.
I want you to see the beautiful parts of yourself and the ugly parts of yourself. I want you to see that each aspect is essential to who you are right now.
- What is the deepest wound you've ever inflicted on someone?
- What is the bravest thing you've ever done?
- When was a time that you let something go and you shouldn’t have?
- When have you had to fight for something you wanted?
- What is the worst lie you’ve ever told someone?