Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys
Journaling can be a fascinating and enriching process. At its core it brings a sense of creativity into your day-to-day existence, empowering you to transform the basic elements of your life into an intensely personal record. It can also be a useful tool in maintaining your mental health; it’s often recommended by professionals to help patients gain personal insights into their thought processes, keep track of their symptoms, and express their feelings. Whatever your intention for your journaling is, it can be holistically beneficial.
However, that’s not to say that starting and maintaining a journal always feels accessible. If you are an adult living with a learning disability or neurodivergent traits, you may find that you have difficulty with the activities that a traditional journaling routine requires.Read More