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The Year of You: 365 Journal Writing Prompts for Creative Self-Discovery by Hannah Braime
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The Year of You: 365 Journal Writing Prompts for Creative Self-Discovery

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Are you ready to go on a journey?

The Year of You is an invitation to discover more about yourself, become more conscious about what you want, and create a rich and fulfilling life through one journaling prompt a day. With this book, you can take the guess work out of journaling and use one writing prompt each day of the year to explore and unpack the most important aspects of your life and your being.

Each month, you’ll focus on one important area of your life:

January: Identity
February: The Past
March: Environment
April: Fun
May: Career
June: Relationships
July: Growth
August: Money
September: Travel and Adventure
October: Health
November: Sprituality
December: The Future

You can start in January, June or November; simply turn to today’s date and start writing! Whether you’re new to journaling or have enjoyed a reflective writing practice for some time, The Year of You offers a wealth of inspiration that will deepen your understanding and awareness of what makes you who you are.

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The Ultimate Guide to Journaling

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In The Ultimate Guide to Journaling, you’ll find the tips, inspiration, and prompts you need to start and maintain a journaling practice for DIY self-discovery.

This clear and concise handbook shares everything you need to know to deepen your relationship with yourself using this powerful personal development tool. Covering foundational topics like how to journal, which tools to use, and how to make it a regular habit, as well as over 30 different journaling techniques and many more prompts, The Ultimate Guide to Journaling will help you keep your practice flowing for years to come.

Through a combination of handwritten, digital and art journaling suggestions, you’ll learn how to tap into your internal resources, learn more about what makes you who you are, discover how to negotiate with the different parts of yourself, and create a safe space to explore your inner world.

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From Coping to Thriving: How to Turn Self-Care Into a Way of Life

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Self-care is a necessary part of being alive, not something we resort to when we’re at our most burned out, vulnerable, and desperate. It’s is “the right and responsibility to take care of your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.” (Pauline Salvucci)

From Coping to Thriving will show you exactly how to do just that. This is a comprehensive guide to making self-care part of your everyday life. With a balance between practical suggestions, coaching-style questions and psychological groundwork, From Coping to Thriving is designed to give you the self-knowledge and awareness you need to start making self-care an integral part of your life, instead of something that lives at the bottom of your priorities list.

As well as hundreds of useful tips and ideas to get you going with a regular self-care practice, this book will take you deeper into related topics like habit-formation, coping strategies, dealing with resistance to self-care and more.

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    Laurie Eckes
    June 1, 2016 at 9:46 pm

    Hi!
    I just read your article on using the word should. I just returned from a counseling session and we determined that is a common word in my vocabulary. I loved the article. I would like more on this as this seemed to be more reflecting the word towards oneself rather than when I direct towards others. Can you direct me….ultimately it seems I have a more controlling personality which in turns comes from being so controlled. I’d love to read and learn more. Suggestions?

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