Reflective Practice – Keeping a Reflective Journal

reflective practice

Reflective practice is the capability to reflect on activities to engage in the process of constant learning, as defined by Donald Schön. The reflective practice pays critical attention to the practical values by examining practice reflectively and reflexively. It converts insights into practical strategies and subsequently makes personal, professional and institutional impacts.…

Gratitude Journal Prompts for Happiness

gratitude journal prompts

Have you ever felt thankful for something? That feeling is gratitude. Being grateful has a lot of focus in the field of positive psychology. Expressing gratitude is not necessarily reserved for specific moments or occasions like achieving something at school or work.…

Mental Health Awareness Week: Keeping a Mindfulness Journal

mental health awareness week

October 4th, 2020 to October 10th, 2020 was Mental Health Awareness Week. This international week is dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health. The week provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.…

Daily Baby Journal | Important Reasons to Keep One

baby journal

Having a baby, whether a boy or a girl, is one of the most important achievements in life. It is a source of great joy. New parents, however, are often tired and they feel like it is difficult to keep track of every detail regarding their baby’s health and development.…

Migraine Diary & Tracker | Journaling Tips

Migraine Diary

It is estimated that approximately 14.7% of the worldwide population suffers from migraines. Migraines occupy the third spot after tension headaches and dental caries.

Migraine represents a chronic condition in 2% of the population, affecting women in a larger percentage than men (hormone-related).…

Therapeutic Journaling is Effective, See How it Can Help

therapeutic journaling

Writing in a journal is recommended to those who are dealing with negative emotions, having suffered from a traumatic event. When we write down our thoughts and feelings, we find it easier to recover from difficult experiences. The whole concept is known as therapeutic journaling and it guides you to reflect on things that have happened, identifying the best solutions for moving forward.…