Productivity and self-improvement apps are basically shoved down your throat the minute you open the app store, but for a lot of people, nothing beats good 'ol pen and paper. If you're the analog type and find writing more cathartic and therapeutic than typing, you may want to opt for journals instead of apps for reaching your personal goals.
Below, you'll find a list of self-help journals that can serve as your guide through becoming a better you:
For when you want to achieve inner peace
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True, sustainable mental wellness comes with practice. You can't just do random meditation sessions sporadically and expect to reap maximum benefits. Rooted in behavioral science and designed with an engaging three-section structure, Meditation Sidekick Journal contains curated tools, inspiration, and guidance to help you create a more consistent meditation schedule and eventually learn to meditate effectively on your own. Read more...More about Journal, Mashable Shopping, Shopping List, Shopping Stackcommerce, and Lifestyle