Are you a busy mom? I think we all are. You may feel like there's not enough time in the day to do everything but what if I told you that by journaling, you could find a little bit of peace and calm in the chaos? 

It's true! 

Do you journal? I'm not talking about keeping a diary of your day-to-day thoughts (although that can be nice, too), but actually sitting down and writing out your thoughts and feelings on paper? If not, you should definitely consider giving it a try.

Here are three reasons why journaling is great for moms.

1.  Helps to Reduce Stress
One of the primary benefits of journaling is that it can help to reduce stress. When you journal, you are able to express your thoughts and feelings in a safe and private space. This can help to relieve some of the pressure you may feel to keep everything bottled up. Additionally, journaling can help you to process difficult events and emotions, which can lead to reduced stress levels.

2.  Improves Your Mental Health
Journaling can also improve your mental health in a number of ways. For instance, journaling can help you to identify negative thought patterns and work on changing them. Additionally, journaling can help you to develop a greater sense of self-awareness and understanding both of which can lead to improved mental health.

3.  Boosts Your Immune System
Journaling can also boost your immune system. One study found that people who wrote about their stressful experiences had lower levels of immunity-related proteins than those who did not write about their experiences. Another study found that people who wrote about their emotions had lower levels of inflammation, which is linked to a number of chronic diseases.

In addition to being a great way to boost your mood, reduce stress, well-being, and improve immunity journaling can also help you become more mindful and present in your everyday life. By taking a few minutes to write about your experiences, you'll be able to reflect on them more deeply and gain greater insight into yourself and the world around you.

Journaling can help you organize your thoughts, reflect on your day, bring a more positive outlook on life, help set goals for the future or simply be a creative outlet that is all your own. And because we are all busy, it only takes a few minutes each day. So why not give it a try? You may be surprised at how beneficial journaling can be.

I have created journals to write about your daily experiences, positive thoughts, gratitude, to vent your frustrations, explore your thoughts and feelings, or even to  track things like your sleep, dreams or medical symptoms.

You can grab one of my journals here:

Color splash - 

My Little Notebook 2022 - 

My Sleep and Dreams Journal - 

Be Positive - 

Gratitude Journal -

Not sure what to journal about? Here is some starter prompts to give you some ideas. 

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