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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
A guided journal is a type of journal that provides prompts, questions, or exercises to guide the writer through the journaling process. Unlike traditional blank journals, our guided journals focus on specific personal growth topics or goals, such as self-reflection, personal growth, or creativity. The prompts and exercises are designed by mental health experts to encourage introspection, spark creativity, and help you set and achieve goals.
Guided journals can be a helpful tool for people who want to start journaling but don't know where to begin, or for those who want to add structure and focus to their journaling practice.
Our guided journals are written by mental health specialists who have expertise in various areas of health and wellness. Our writers have carefully crafted prompts and exercises to help you explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a safe and supportive way.
By using our guided journals, you benefit from the expertise of mental health professionals while engaging in a therapeutic and meaningful journaling practice.
The 21-day duration of most guided journals is based on the idea that it takes approximately 21 days to build a new habit. This concept has its roots in a study conducted by Dr. Maxwell Maltz.
A 21-day guided journal can be a useful tool for building new habits, as it provides a structured and consistent practice that can help strengthen the neural pathways associated with positive behaviors. However, it's worth noting that everyone's journey towards habit formation is unique, and some individuals may require more or less time to establish new habits.
From a neuroscience perspective, building a new habit involves creating new neural pathways in the brain through a process called neuroplasticity. This process involves the strengthening or weakening of existing connections between neurons, as well as the creation of new connections. Consistent repetition of a behavior over time can lead to the development of stronger neural pathways, making it easier to engage in the behavior in the future.
Currently we have more than 12 guided journals, most of them available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch. Our best-selling titles (about self-discovery and self-esteem) have also been published in Catalan.
Absolutely! Our guided journals are the only ones in the world that can be personalized. You may add a name on the cover and a dedication note on the inside, and create an unforgettable gift.
You can get in touch with Customer Support easily by: Filling in our contact form or through WhatsApp. Our team provides personalized support from Monday to Friday, and do their absolute best to reply to all enquires as quickly as possible. Please be patient if you don’t hear back from us right away :-)
You will receive an email or sms when your order is shipped together with a tracking code, if you have opted for a delivery option that includes tracking. Most orders are shipped 3-5 working days from your order date, and delivered within 1-5 days after that to your address.
Yes you can! Extra costs will apply. Please use our contact form together with your order information and the email address used.
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