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The power of writing things down

There are huge benefits of getting thoughts out of your head and putting pen to paper. It can turbocharge your efficiency, unlock creativity and clear the chaos.

Here’s some of our best articles to start with:


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Types of journaling

We’re here to guide you through the different types of journaling so you can discover one (or maybe even a few) that seem tailor-made for you.

With so many options, how do you choose the right journal type for you? Consider your goals, interests, and personality. Are you looking to boost productivity, explore your creativity, or cultivate gratitude? Do you prefer structure or freeform expression? If you’re a fan of lists, organization, and creativity – bullet journaling might be your jam. 

As one study found, people who kept a gratitude journal for just three weeks reported feeling more optimistic and satisfied with their lives. So why not give it a try? 

If you’re not jumping for your notebook yet, then read about the powerful impact journaling can have on your mental health and well-being.

Experiment with different styles to find what resonates with you. Remember, there’s no right or wrong way to journal – it’s all about what works best for YOU.

Jen from Peachy Zen photo

“I’ve been journaling since I was eight years old. Back then, it always started with Dear diary… and writing detailed stories about the day, what happened, and who or what I saw. It became a way to document and capture my childhood.
Fast forward 25+ years and I’m still doing that today, just without the Dear Diary. Journaling is my way of processing everything life throws my way: the ups, downs, and everything in between.
There are so many types of journaling. I hope you love our guide and I’m sure there’s something for you. ”
Jen Smith

Peachy Zen founder & chief journaller

One of the most significant barriers to journaling is the dreaded blank page. It can be intimidating to start writing when unsure what to say.

That’s where journal prompts come in – they give you a focus and direction, making the process less daunting.