Start Your Journal Life draws upon our accumulated knowledge and experience of journaling over the last two years and two Kickstarter campaigns and includes a quick start guide so you can begin to integrate journaling practice effectively into your life to see immediate results.
Yes, you read that right. We’ve failed and boy are we excited! Our second Kickstarter campaign kicked off on Tuesday 18th October. With one very successful Kickstarter under our belt we set ourselves an ambitious funding target this time round. Surely our next campaign would be even more successful, we thought. We literally were working
The importance of self-reflection Whilst we are huge advocates of taking action we regard the process of self-reflection as being equally as important to your growth and happiness. This Zenhabit blog articulates really well why reflection is so important. Science of reflection Science backs up our view that self-reflection is key to learning. We know we
You know you should be taking action but it’s just not happening. You know that unless you get yourself into gear nothing will EVER change. However, something is holding you back. It might be lack of self belief, analysis paralysis or even lack of clarity around what steps you could take. Whatever your reason, here
Grow as a person As someone who has ‘Learner’ as one of my top 5 Gallup strengths it’ll come as no surprise that I’m a big advocate of enhancing our lives through learning and growing. That’s also why we have included Growth within the Life Maps section of our Core Journal. One of my biggest
Life is too short!! ‘Life is too short. You only live once!”. Yep, it’s true, life can be too short. However, when I hear people saying that I often wonder if it is simply a passing comment or a genuine trigger to focus more on the stuff that’s really important in their life? So, if
Giving feels good! At the time of their golden wedding anniversary, I always remember asking my amazing parents what the secret of their successful marriage was. Their answer was to always try to give more than they receive from each other. That is something that has always stuck with me. As my wife and I