A beginner's guide to journaling in the Mindfulness Journal - Rima Suqi
Journaling, Mindfulness Practices, Diary, James Pennebaker, Laura Rubin, Allswell Creative, Beth Jacobs, Ph.D., International Association for Journal Writing,
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Mindfulness Journal April 2020 issue

28 Apr A beginner’s guide to journaling in the Mindfulness Journal

For this article, in the current issue of the Mindfulness Journal, I interviewed Beth Jacobs, PhD, author of Writing for Emotional Balance: A Guided Journal to Help You Manage Overwhelming Emotions and A Buddhist Journal: Guided Practices for Writers and Meditators about the benefits of journaling, how to get in the habit, and how to keep it going. I also spoke with Laura Rubin of Allswell Creative about getting unstuck, and not over-thinking the actual writing