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Shape: Guided Journals

When is the last time you wrote something just for you? Something tangible, on an actual piece of paper, for your eyes only? Something that required critical thought and self-exploration?

In a world of constant texting, tweeting, emailing, and digitally "engaging," there's a good chance the answer is "a really long time ago." But doing so can serve you well — study after study after study suggests many benefits of self-expressive writing in a journal. The practice can help reduce intrusive ideas that bring you down, help you ditch toxic habits, relieve stress and anxiety, and help you cultivate the life you want to live.


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