One of the questions I am asked most often is how do I journal and what prompts do I use to process thoughts, energise myself and inspire creativity in life.

That's why this week I'm sharing how I journal for growth and providing you with a little one-on-one journaling session.

Together in this episode of the Hacking Happy Podcast we will explore:

  • What journaling is
  • The scientifically proven benefits
  • The diverse range of ways in which you can use journaling
  • What journaling feels like through a journaling experience
  • My favourite journaling tools

P.S. If you're looking for more ways to bring more of what lights you up into each day, grab a copy of my book Hacking Happiness here.

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Here are my favourite journaling tools:

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