A regular journal practice can be a powerful tool for healing, growth and transformation.
You don't need to be a professional writer or an artist of some sort. Your journal practice simply requires that you show up and write.
At the end of my blog posts, you will find what I call “2-Minute Takeaways”. These journal prompts are designed to take as little as 2 minutes to complete.
Here’s how it works: Read the blog post. Read the journal prompt. Open a Word file, writing journal or notebook and set your timer for 2 minutes. Write your responses to the prompt until your timer goes off. You can draw or doodle as well. If you want to journal for longer than 2 minutes, that’s fine. Let your imagination unfurl and be open to what you learn. These prompts are ideal for creating a meaningful journal practice, even when you’re super busy. If taking on a journaling practice feels overwhelming, knowing you can do it in as little as 2 minutes a day might make it easier.