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Journaling requires the application of the analytical, rational left side of the brain; then while your left hemisphere is occupied, your right hemisphere (the creative side) is given the freedom to wander and play. 🧠


Journaling has been found to:

Boost your mood/affect.

Enhance your sense of well-being.

Reduce symptoms of anxiety before an important event (like an exam).

Improve your working memory.


There is no "correct” method to journal. Write in any way you feel comfortable – on paper, on your computer, even jotting notes on your phone. I recommend writing every day, if possible, for 20 minutes. Write quickly, write what feels right, and don't stress over grammar, spelling, or punctuation.


🧠 Drop me a comment below if you have a moment-let me know if you’ve tried journaling recently and if it helped you.




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