INFOGRAPHIC: How & Why to Get Journaling!

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Journaling is a powerful tool to raise our self-awareness. It's a wonderful resource we can both use ourselves—and offer our clients

Below is a beautiful co-created infographic. Emma-Louise and Lynda Monk of the IAJW (International Association for Journal Writing) had a lot of fun creating this infographic to offer tips and ideas for both coaches and clients GET JOURNALING!

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Here are 13 tips to help you and your clients get journaling:

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Author Bios

Emma-Louise Elsey HeadshotContributing author:

Emma-Louise Elsey has been coaching since 2003. She's a huge journaling fan, and the founder of both The Coaching Tools and her latest venture, Fierce Kindness where shares personal tips, tools and ideas to transform ourselves—and our world! Originally a project/relationship manager for Fortune 500 companies she combined her passion for coaching, creativity and love of systems to create 100+ brandable coaching exercises including 30 completely free coaching tools. She serves coaches through her newsletter for coaches and loves to offer ideas for your coaching toolbox!

Lynda Monk Headshot

Contributing Author:

Lynda Monk, MSW, RSW, CPCC is the Director of the International Association for Journal Writing. Lynda regularly writes, speaks, and teaches about the transformational and healing power of writing. She is the co-author of Writing Alone Together: Journalling in a Circle of Women for Creativity, Compassion and Connection (2014), and co-editor of Transformational Journaling for Coaches, Therapists, and Clients: A Complete Guide to the Benefits of Personal Writing (2021). Lynda is also co-editor of The Great Book of Journaling (2022). You can find her FREE gift for coaches here: Gratitude Journaling for Coaches & Clients Workbook.

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