Meditation and journaling are practices that have transformed the lives of many. At Stillness Everyday it is our mission to bring stillness to everyone, everywhere. From our experience, there is no formula that doesn’t involve time, practice, and failure. So, we created a journal with everything you would need on your journey.
Create better habits, and lean into gratitude with the Stillness Everyday Journal. Just 10 minutes a day is all you need. The Stillness Everyday Journal helps you find stillness in your day to day life via prompts, reflections and access to a free guided meditation library.
We are so confident you will find so many benefits from this practice, however if you are unhappy with the result, send back your journal within 21 days and we promise to give you a full refund* T&Cs apply.
- Access to the Stillness Everyday guided meditation library
- All you need is 10 minutes each morning and each night. That’s a total of 20 minutes or 1.5% of your day.
- Activity pages scattered throughout to give you some downtime.
- Reflections every 7 days to observe your progress.
- Journal prompts to help you create better habits and express gratitude everyday.
ABOUT THIS JOURNAL
The intention is for you to use this journal morning and night in order to create habits that will bring more stillness into your life. The journaling should only take 10 minutes each morning and each night. That's a total of 20 minutes or 1.5% of your day.
When setting an intention for the day, you are bringing conscious awarness into what you want to feel and achieve. Which in return demands you to be more present in times you may have acted subconsciously.
People who deliberately set intentions are more likely to feel in control of their lives, be more self-aware, and achieve their desired outcomes.
Appreciation for the good things that happen in your life, is an essential part of maintaining peace. It is also a practice that requires you to take the time to notice and reflect upon the things that you are thankful for, and ultimately foster more stillness.
People who practice gratitude experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better and express more compassion and kindness. If you train your mind to feel gratitude in every situation, you will notice that no matter what happens to you, you will be at peace.