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IN THIS MASTERCLASS, YOU’LL LEARN:
  • How to stay focused long enough to journal each day (EVEN during a pandemic!)

  • What you need to write about to feel good (this will surprise you!)

  • How to get long-term health and wellbeing benefits from your writing practise!

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Daily journalling is one of the most essential skills you can have if you’re hoping to write a memoir. Why? Well one reason is that memoir is, by definition, a “collection of memories” – and by processing our thoughts and feelings and experiences on the page each day, we don’t just create a written record of a slice of our lives, we become more nuanced observers, we become better writers, and we ALSO gain a host of INCREDIBLE health and wellbeing benefits that come with daily writing!
Writing in a journal is a deeply therapeutic process. And writing about your experiences – even during a traumatic or sad or anxious time – helps you to re-frame and literally re-write your own narrative, as well as become more mindful. What could be more powerful than that? You’re also creating a pool of material you can then draw upon when it comes time to sit down and start your book-length memoir.
If you’re hoping to write better, write more, or simply gain some tools and insights into establishing a mindful daily journalling practise, you must watch my free workshop!

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DON’T MISS THIS MASTERCLASS IF…
  • You want to start a personal writing practise but you don’t know how

  • You’ve tried writing prompts before but need better methods for your daily practise

  • You want to know how to journal every single day in a way that feels good AND will fuel a memoir!

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A personal invitation from Louisa
Louisa Deasey

I’ve been journalling every single day since I was fourteen years old. I could not have written either of my published books (or many of my thousands of published essays and articles!) without this daily writing practise. Why?
Journalling every day for me as a writer is like stretches and sequences are to a ballet dancer: absolutely fundamental to empty out or expand upon or carry through or record ideas and observations, fears and hopes, goals and memories. While my journals are never used word-for-word in my published books, certain phrases, dialogue, memories and specifics which fill out certain scenes have come from my journals.
Mindful journalling is the number one self-care practise I recommend for anyone wanting to write a memoir, and in my free workshop I share one of my favourite studies which show JUST how beneficial memoir journalling can be for your long-term health and wellbeing.

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