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Journal Your Way To Better Mental Health

Callie Whitlow

 

Happy Spring!

Back in January we talked about how journaling can be therapeutic. I still find that to be true. When I take the time to write, it allows my brain to process things in a way that doesn't happen if I keep my thoughts in my head, or even if I speak them out loud. Journaling is an inexpensive and relatively easy form of therapy. 

That being said, it can be hard to get into the habit. This year has been busy and I haven't taken the time I should have to commit to journaling. But, April will be different! I want to reflect on where I've been, what I'm going through, and the road ahead. Just glancing at the journal prompts has already given me inspiration to make April a better month.

I hope you'll join me! What about you? How have you made journaling a habit? Or, if it is a struggle, what's holding you back? 

 

Click the links below to download and print April Journal Prompts. 

April Journal Prompts in Gray

April Journal Prompts in White