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journaling for well-being

A free monthly workshop to inspire you to put pen to paper and provide the added accountability you need to get started with your journaling journey

The first Monday of every month

who is this workshop for?

Do you often think 'I know journaling would help me but I never get round to it'?

Do you regularly feel overwhelmed by thoughts and do not have time to put pen to paper?

Have you considered writing a journal but not sure what to write or where to start?

Journaling and writing your thoughts down on paper is widely reported to reduce stress, find clarity, be patient, respond in a considered manner and improve your general mental health and happiness.

Many of us are completely overwhelmed by our thoughts and can't find the time to reflect. A regular practice of journaling can help support our well-being, make sense of our thoughts and enable us to feel more in control.

what will we cover?

​In this workshop, you will:

  • be introduced to the concept of journaling

  • have time-out to privately reflect on your life and well-being

  • have this protected time for your self-care

  • gain prompts, techniques and exercises to get you started with journaling

  • gain accountability to get started with something new, which we all need sometimes

Taking place on the first Monday of every month (8.30am-9am), you can book this free workshop via Eventbrite by clicking the link below.

practical info and booking

This is a free 30 minute online workshop, hosted via Zoom. Each month is a different theme that supports your well-being.

You don't need to prepare anything for this workshop, simply turn up with your notebook and pen. If you feel more comfortable, you can also keep your camera turned off. 

Mondays - 8.30am-9am

"I’ve had the pleasure of attending one of Gemma’s recent workshops where I came away refreshed with the tools I needed to overcome limiting beliefs and continue to strengthen my thinking. I cannot recommend Gemma highly enough."

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