Writing in a journal each day is such a wonderful way to help you check in on your thoughts and feelings. It is a beautiful ritual that has so many benefits for your life and wellbeing. Taking the time to think about the day just gone is a great way to live with more mindfulness and to set your intentions for the future. It can be so much more than just putting pen to paper. It can be time for reflection, creativity, exploration, experimentation – anything you wish! To get you started, we’re sharing our favourite 20 ways to use your journal. Enjoy!
Your dreams can be big or small. They might take years or just days to achieve. The simple practice of dreaming is all about letting your dreams come to life, embracing your passions – your bliss – and falling in love with the feelings of excitement and possibility that they create. Whether your dreams are as big as a career change or as simple as creating more ‘me time’ for yourself, there are a few simple actions you can take to bring them closer to reality, and the most powerful one is simply to write them down and share them with others!
The challenges this year has delivered so far, leading many of us to spend more time at home, can also be seen as wonderful opportunities to reflect and learn, and focus our energy on the future – and the incredible possibilities it may hold. It’s a time to consider our purpose, channel and nurture our passions and work on achieving our dreams.
Keeping the family entertained during school holidays can be a challenge at the best of times, and with the extra layer of Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions thrown in for some, we’d all be forgiven for reaching for digital screens as a solution. But, if you’d prefer to keep the family offline, we’re here to help with some of our favourite go-to activities that are 100% screen-free, 100% creative, and 100% guaranteed to help keep everyone entertained – even if you’re stuck indoors at home these school holidays.