Creative Journaling For Self-Care
Creative journaling is one of my favourite ways to demonstrate self-care. In fact, I include it as a workshop in my annual retreats.
It’s an effective way of getting rid of stress while helping identify and define different feelings that often come up in our day-to-day.
But there is some hesitancy around journaling. This is especially true if you’re new to the whole process.
What should I write?
What if I don’t have anything to write about?
I’m terrible at putting ideas on paper…
These are some of the most common thoughts that are tied to the challenges behind creative journaling.
The truth is, there’s really no right or wrong way to journal!
The magic of journaling is that you have complete ownership of your thoughts and what you choose to write.
But I understand that even with this in mind, it can still be difficult to know what to write about. Luckily, my beautiful and talented friend and uBlossom workshop facilitator, Nicolle Nattrass, can help us with our creative journaling, writer’s block.
Nicolle’s Workshop for Creative Journaling
Creative journaling is an investment in your self-care practice and is perfect for those who want to tune in, find clarity and have more enjoyment and beauty in their lives.
Nicolle has an online course, Creative Journaling for Self-Care that is a go-at-your-own-pace program that includes videos, printable worksheets and even a one-on-one session, to inspire you with addressing your own self-care goals and to fuel up for a life you love.
If you ever attended one of our uBlossom retreats this past year, you probably would have experienced Nicolle’s journaling workshop!
Consider giving the gift of self-care to you, your family or a friend. For a limited time, our uBlossom community has the opportunity to purchase this course with an additional $20 CAD off. Just use the code ublossom20 and the discount will be applied to your purchase.
Nicolle also has a new book, Just the Two of Us, which is wonderful if you are looking for parent/child or family self-care support.
RESTORE. REFLECT. RECONNECT. BLOSSOM.