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5 Famous People Who Journal (& Why You Should Too!)

  Friday, January 7, 2022
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Welcome back to another article where we talk about the Holy Grail method, the tried-and-tested process, the ultimate guide to achieving a well-balanced life through journaling. We often mention the benefits of journaling and journal therapy, and of course, we always come to you with the highest sources and fact check everything, so you receive the best guidance. However, this time, we'll let other people do the convincing for us.

Can Black Seed Oil Reduce My Anxiety Levels?

  Friday, November 12, 2021

For a lot of us, when we think about medicating for anxiety or stress, our mind immediately goes towards medications or intensive trips to the doctor's office that may leave us with more worry than what we started with on hand. I used to think the same. However, with the advancement of artificial or manufactured chemicals, we often tend to discount natural organic substances that can work wonders for our physical and mental health. Some of us grew up watching our grandparents and parents ap...

Mastering the 4-7-8 Breath Technique to Face Cravings

  Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Abstaining from a bad habit is not easy. Chemicals like nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, and sugar are very addictive to human beings. With sheer will power, an individual can often abstain from addictive substances for a short period of time, but inevitably a stressful event (or trigger) occurs in life.

8 Iconic People Who Kept Journals

  Friday, April 24, 2020
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Did you know that some of history’s biggest names kept journals? It really shouldn’t be a surprise. Research has shown that journaling improves mental health, decreases stress, and even helps with organization and memory.

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