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podcast show notes | episode 070 | journaling for non-journalers with kimberly christenson

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episode description

070: Journaling for Non-journalers with Kimberly Christenson

Our guest, Kimberly Christenson, got her start with journaling when she was 5. Since then, she has filled 35 journals (and counting) and has learned that journaling can help you find your voice and be a safe place to express your feelings and emotions. In this episode, we talk about how to use journaling as an outlet even if you dub yourself “not a journaler.” She also shares several different types of journals you can keep; there’s bound to be one that interests you! This episode is truly inspiring and will get you wanting to write.

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show notes

“You don’t have to be a “journaler” in order to experience the amazing benefits that journaling can have on your emotional and even physical well-being.”

“Our experiences are not just for ourselves.”

Journaling ideas:

–experiential journaling

–gratitude journaling

–manifestation journaling (write something as if it has already happened)

–end of day reflection

–journaling for clarity

–journaling to document

–journaling for revelation (write down a specific question or prayer you have)

–journaling as meditation

connective journaling

Find more about Kimberly here.

Learn more about Loom Journals here.




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