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Re-write Your Reality Through Journaling

Updated: Oct 7, 2022

Remember as a kid having a diary where you poured your heart into about your crushes at school (I ❤️ JT IDST!!!!) the friends who were picking on you, how much your family were annoying you, what your dreams were, or how you were saving up to be able to afford to buy the latest single that was released – or in my case saving up to move to London…yep that was one of my 9 year old goals!

It was cathartic having a secret place to share your thoughts and feelings, it felt like a weight was lifted the moment you wrote ‘Dear Diary’ and the pen began to flow. Anyone else have a little padlock on theirs? I digress into a world of nostalgia.

At what age did it suddenly become uncool to write your thoughts and feelings down? When did life get so busy that 5 minutes to reflect on your day almost seems impossible to commit to?

A few weeks ago I bared all and read a few pages from one of my journals, not one from when I was younger (although I’m sure I still have them somewhere!!) but from 2018 when I FINALLY realised the power that journalling has not only on our overall wellbeing and mindset, but how it is one of the secrets to becoming a super manifester.

Back then I made it a habit to write in it for 5 minutes every day, simply sharing what I was grateful for in life and what I am excited for in the future.

All I knew was it felt SO GOOD to day dream and write down my goals as if they had already happened.

I wrote how grateful I am for my health, for the coaching business I had, for the number 1 best selling books, for giving motivational talks around the country, for earning £5k per month, for my car, for my children, for our house…

All of these things were simply dreams and goals and goals at the time, far from my reality. Over the coming years I stuck to it every day, even when we were struggling with fertility and having a family felt like it would never happen.

Even when I was still driving around in the car I had bought off my brother. Even when I was still juggling 4 jobs