Journaling is good for you! In addition to enhancing mindfulness, memory and communication skills. Scientific studies have also found that writing in a journal can lead to better sleep, a stronger immune system, more self-confidence and a higher IQ.
Intrigued? Check out this New York Times article here and also join us for FACL BC’s fourth weekend writing session on Sun, April 10 to find out more.
We will be getting together to write on one of three question prompts. Afterwards, we’ll share generally what came through in our writing and anything else that you’d like to share.
Grab a coffee, bring a pen and paper and let’s start journaling.
See you there!
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