Bonus episode: Journaling as Creative Self-Discovery with Tiina Mokvist (from the Your Own Kind of Wonderful podcast)

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Struggling to start a journaling practice? Click to discover how to overcome resistance and deal with your inner critic to start a supportive and nurturing journaling practice

Struggling to start a journaling practice? Click to discover how to overcome resistance and deal with your inner critic to start a supportive and nurturing journaling practice

I recently spoke to Tiina Mokvist from the Your Own Kind of Wonderful podcast about using journaling for creative self-discovery and I'm sharing our conversation with your today as a bonus episode of the Becoming Who You Are podcast. One of the things I appreciate about this conversation was that Tiina was new to journaling at the time of recording, so we talk a lot about resistance, dealing with our inner critics, and other things that can get in the way of our writing, as well as how to begin.

Here is what she says about the episode:

‘When you write, there is an act of slowing down. When we slow down our thoughts, it can help provide us clarity.’ Hannah Braime

In this month’s episode of Your own kind of wonderful, my guest Hannah Braime talks about Journaling and its ability to help us discover who we are. Hannah introduces us to what Journaling is, how powerful it can be and suggests some techniques to get us started. The resistances to starting this practice, such as time, our inner critic and privacy, are all approached with great clarity and Hannah’s personal experience and wonderful passion for this subject will inspire you to introduce Journaling in your life.

Head to Soundcloud to hear the whole episode:

https://soundcloud.com/ownkindofwonderful/podcast-ep-7-journaling-as-creative-self-discovery-with-hannah-braime

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The Your Own Kind of Wonderful podcast

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