Your Journaling Journey

One healthy way to deal with anything overwhelming is to find yourself a creative outlet to express yourself.  Benefits of journaling include:

  • helping to prioritize problems, fears, and concerns

  • providing an opportunity for positive self-talk and identifying negative thoughts and behaviors

  • alleviating stress and anxiety

  • boosting your memory

  • improving your communication skills

Given the difficult times that we've all been facing with the pandemic, we want to offer positive experiences in people's lives, and ways to creatively and healthily cope with the stress, anxiety, and depression that many have faced during this ongoing health crisis. 

 

To that end, we've put together two journaling workshops for the community to attend.  The dates for those are Sunday, April 25 at 2:00 PM on Zoom, and Thursday, June 14 at 6:00 PM on Zoom. 

Each workshop is open to both those beginning the practice of journaling, and those who've journaled for some time.  We want to help you get more out of the practice.  Each session will be an hour and a half long.  We will cover the benefits of journaling, types of journaling, methods, tips, and writing prompts to continue journaling.

Writing on Her Journal

 

Workshop Dates:

Sunday, April 25 at 2 p.m. on Zoom

Thursday, June 14 at 6:00 p.m. on Zoom

  • Both dates will cover the same material

  • Beginners and experienced welcome

  • Each session is 1 1/2 hours long

  • Sessions include benefits, tips, tricks, and prompts to continue writing

Hosted by Adreana Lefton and Elisa Negroni

Andreana Lefton is a local poet and freelance writer.

Elisa Negroni is a personal coach, Certified Holistic Coach, and Certified Speaking Circle/Relational Presence Facilitator.

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