Journaling is a way to get ideas, thoughts, and feelings out of your thinking stream and onto paper. It allows you to look at things more objectively and creates mental and emotional space for you to hone in on what’s important to give you greater self-awareness, self-guidance and focus.
Each day you’ll write on one page.
There are 3 separate journal entry pages, which you’ll rotate through as you go along. There are 2 slightly different “word prompt” pages, and 1 “stream of consciousness” page.
In the journal you’ll find descriptions of what each word prompts means and why we think they’re important for your daily upleveling.
There are 66 pages of journaling. Research shows that new habits and behaviors can be formed with in 66 days, so if that's the magic number let's see if it works.