"This journal fits perfectly with the intention of our workshop, which is all about empowering women of color to connect with their authentic selves,
connect with other women of color, and practice fierce self care. This journal is a roadmap to all of those practices, while also encouraging healing through
journaling and reflection. Everyone can benefit from this journal, but communities of color can especially benefit from this tool as a way to help us connect
more deeply with ourselves, those around us, and our spiritual practices."
Leilani Raglin - empowerwocproject.org
How do you nurture your spirit and be true to who you are? This guided journal will support your true self as you dive deeply into a reflecting process through writing
- to increase your self-care, experience more joy, and grow healthy boundaries.
In this journal you will be exploring your self-care and your boundaries. This journal is a creative playful space where you will be eased past the daunting
blank page and inspired to write or collage in its pages.
This journal will guide you below the surface, to where the truth lives.
I am a psychotherapist who teaches workshops about self-care, boundaries, and overwhelm. I have learned that very few people attending my workshops had a journal practice.
Though you can learn things from my books and workshops, as well as from those offered by others, your greatest learning will come from inside of you.
You can also use the journal with your therapist.
The journal is meant for people who are curious about journals and ready to take steps and try journaling as a habit and way to go deeper when writing.
My hope is you will discover, through writing, ways to nurture your spirit and be true to who you are.
Maybe you have not had time to sit with a journal. Perhaps you aren't sure how a journal could help you exercise self-care, experience more joy, and grow healthy boundaries.
If you are new to journaling, I only want you to spend ten minutes in this journal when you write. Short bursts of writing.
The questions will start you on a trail. Where the trail leads is what you will discover as you write.