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Coach Becka Drake

Empowerment and Transformation Coach

Be Strong, Be Courageous.... 
                                      Be Authentic!

What is Journaling?
 Journaling is a written record of your thoughts, feeling, ideas, and experiences.  It is a way for your to learn about and connect with your true self  - if done right.  Journaling can help us to dig deeper into who we truly are by using the power of the pen and paper.  

Why Journal?

Journaling is a written record of your life.  It helps you to thoroughly think about and look at your way of being.  Journaling can help you become clearer in your thoughts and become so more self-aware, learn about yourself, process your experiences and recognize/change your habits.  Journaling can help you learn from your past and make goals for your future.  Journaling is an effective way of learning about yourself and seeing your own personal growth, and so much more.

Types of Journals

There are many types of journals.  Everything from personal thoughts, to art, to bullet, to dreams, and  so many more.  What type of journal you make, or even if it is a combination of many different types, it's all up to you and your personal style and preference.  Don't be afraid to experiment!

How to Journal

Journaling is a personal experience.  There is no right or wrong way.  there are some things that you should include in your journaling no matter what type of journaling you do.   Gratitude, experiences, and actionable goals should all be included.


We've talked about the great things that can come from journaling, but there are some pitfalls to watch out for.  Everything in life is what we make of it.  What you put into journaling you will get out of it, so beware of limiting yourself by how you think about  and act on journaling.

Tips and Tricks for Success

Here are just a few more tips and tricks to make your deeper dive into journaling more successful.  It really is all about your intention and what you put into it as well as what you want to get out of it. Make your journaling experience yours personally and fully and you will be forever grateful that you started.