How to Use an Experience Journal to Turbocharge Your Writing and Ease Anxiety

“I never worry about writer’s block because my journal provides me with an endless reservoir of source material. I let go of my deepest anxieties before I hop into bed. The practice of recording my worries has curbed my insomnia. I’ve discovered answers to life, work and creative questions.”

The only thing standing between you, more prolific writing, and a calmer existence may be a $2 notebook and 15 minutes of your day.

Barry Davret explains how to use an experience journal to improve your writing and ease your anxiety.

The simple process involves jotting down your experiences each night before bed and training yourself to be more observant of what you encounter in your daily life.

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