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VIDEO 1: Getting Started
VIDEO 2: Build the habit
VIDEO 3: Freestyle
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WORK IN PROGRESS JOURNAL
By George Anderson & Alexa Whitten
Want to start getting the benefits of journaling but struggled to get going? Not sure what to write or how to turn it into a habit? Heard lots of good stuff about journaling but confused by all the different approaches or put off by all the fancy writing styles?
The Work In Progress (WIP) is your perfect 'beginner's guide' to journaling.
WHY THE WIP?
We are all just a Work In Progress, and this guide to journaling is designed to help you build the habit and access the benefits without the pressure of feeling like you have to have it all figured out. The WIP is both an personal development guide, workbook and journal combined, covering some of the key approaches and principles of journalling.
The many proven benefits of reflecting on 'what went well'
How to both SET goals, then keep your focus on them through to completion
How to create simple and visual progress trackers and lists that keep you focused on how far you have come as well as where you're heading next
BUILDING THE HABIT
The practical strategies that can help you get started with a regular journaling habit
REFLECTING & LEARNING
We learn the most from adversity and set backs... but only when we pause to reflect!
The WIP is supported by a Facebook group, giving you direct access to the authors
Benefits of journaling
Regular journaling can help you make sense of set backs and challenges, helping you learn important lessons faster.
It can help make you more mindful, self-aware, and start shifting the needle towards positivity. Journaling can help you keep track of the important things in your life, such as the goals you are pursuing and your aspirations for WHO and HOW you want to be more of.
And perhaps most importantly of all, journaling can be a positive experience in and of itself. Improving the skill of articulating your thoughts can be incredibly rewarding, and many use it as a tool to support their mental health.
A Word From The Authors
“As avid journallers ourselves, we enjoy the benefits of this simple practice and want to help more people access it.
We've written the book for people who have struggled to get started in the past, or simply never tried, but are curious about the benefits!"