You know writing is a powerful communication tool.
Did you also know it’s therapeutic?
Whether you call it therapeutic writing, journaling, expressive writing, or writing therapy, studies show the regular and deliberate practice of writing for 15-20 minutes per day helps you;
- Silence the endless worry loop you replay in your head.
- Deal with recent or long-held trauma.
- Ease the symptoms of some illnesses.
- Boost your immune system.
The Disposable Journal is a booklet-sized journal with a week’s worth of daily prompts, designed for you to take on your biggest challenges.
This unique journal isn’t for writers to capture great prose. It’s for busy professionals who want to regain control of their emotions.
I’ve been using this system on and off as life’s dramas have unfolded, and, to be honest; it seldom takes a full week to get me back on track.
I loved using the disposable journal!
I was feeling pretty good about my trajectory, both personally and professionally. I decided to write on the positive experiences I was having and felt that it actually helped me to continue that trend and stay on the path to success.Chris H.
I loved the letter-writing – both to the person I was having a struggle with and to myself. I disposed of the journal upon completing the letter to myself. Which was, in itself, very liberating – I felt like a weight had been lifted from my shoulders.“
I’m not usually interested in journaling or writing things out, but I figured that one week would be easy enough to do, so I took on the Disposable Journal. For the first few days, the 20 minutes of allotted time flew by, and my AHA moments came fast & furiously. I was excited each morning to sit with the pages and see what came up for me. Then one morning I felt resistance to a question and decided to tackle it the next day. Then scheduling interfered (excuse or truth?), and it took me a few more days to reacquaint myself with the pages.
When I completed the whole book, I destroyed the “old” news, kept the final pages, and felt a sense of accomplishment, accompanied by new awarenesses. I’m beginning my second Disposable Journal now, and I look forward to my daily treasures. For me, it feels like a great way to dust off & brush away old ideas & feelings, do a bit of housecleaning, and make new discoveries. Thank you!“Teri W.
I got quite a bit out of it. I generally journal every day, but the questions that it asked allowed me to be more real and express more frustration in my life and some of my behavior that I normally wouldn’t. I think because it’s disposable and it sparks up some contemplation in me.
I had trouble staying on task with it I think partially cause I didn’t want to look at stuff and other just cause of schedule etc…Steven L.
I would actually like one that was even longer so i can continue to stay involved with what was sparked up for me and continually had me processing and taking action on things that I am struggling with. “
About the Disposable Journal;
- Portable. You can complete a writing session anywhere at any time.
- Insightful. Helps you make sense of your troubles and regain control.
- Personal. It is for your eyes only.
- Disposable. When you’re done, you can shred it, burn it, bury it … the choice is yours.
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