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HOW TO USE

The Write to Feel Right Journal contains daily and monthly pages, as well as toolkits and lists to help you reach your health goals.

The journal contains a Glossary and examples directly on most pages to guide and inspire you.
 

To help you decide if this journal is right for you, you'll find a description of most features and samples/examples below.
 

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Daily pages

Our days are the foundation of our lives. They allow us to make small, incremental progress on our wellness journeys.

Daily pages are designed to help you:

  • feel in control of your health

  • build better health habits

  • live your healthiest life possible

  • gain insights and make changes for a better tomorrow.

Features

Each journal has 120 undated daily pages (4 months' worth of journal entries). As there is no precise date, you can start and stop as you wish. All pages are numbered, so you can easily refer to them if needed.

The daily page layout provides space to:
 

  1. Track your:
    – symptoms, medications, supplements, food, snacks and fluids
    – activities, footsteps, exercise, appointments and treatments, protocols
    – sleep, bowel movements and menstrual cycle
    – vitals (including your weight, blood pressure, blood glucose, body temperature, oxygen and PH levels)
    – wellbeing ratings (energy, pain and stress), as well as the weather.
     

  2. Brainstorm, clarify your thoughts and feelings, reflect on insights and progress, and what you’re grateful for.
     

  3. Focus on 8 pillars of health to help you build new habits that support your goals, prioritise and enhance your wellbeing, and improve your quality of life.
     

  4. Read a daily quote to encourage you along the way.


Note: Each journal includes a Glossary with in-depth descriptions of each section of the daily page.
 

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Sample daily page

Here is an example of how you could use and get the most out of your daily Write to Feel Right Journal pages.


Remember: This is your journal – use it as you see fit. Capture as little or as much as you want; leave sections blank, doodle or track something else that is important to you.

View a large version of the daily page (PDF –105KB) or click on the image below for more details.

Example of how to fill out the daily symptoms page in the Write to Feel Right Journal.
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Monthly pages

Months make a good checkpoint to reflect on one’s health journey – to see trends and gain insights on what’s going well and what’s not.

 

A lack of personal awareness can hinder our wellness goals. Some of our greatest insights can only be seen when we step back and assess our progress honestly and without judgement.

 

Monthly pages are designed to help you:

  • Chart and assess wellbeing markers

  • Unravel your daily journal entries

  • Reflect and broaden your perspective

  • Grow in personal insight and wisdom.

Features


Write to Feel Right provides space for:
 

  • Monthly reflections to help you reflect on your journal entries, build self-awareness and broaden your perspective through a set of monthly questions and cues.
     

  • Monthly ratings to track your monthly energy, pain, stress and overall wellbeing ratings to help you see patterns and clarify your symptoms. Includes a “bullet-style” blank page to track anything you want.

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Sample monthly page

Here is an example of a how you could use and get the most out of your monthly Write to Feel Right Journal pages. You can use the symbols in the legend on the page or use different colours to chart a line for your ratings. Remember:

 

This is your journal – use it as you see fit. You can track your monthly ratings based on your daily ratings, or track something else that matters to you.

 

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Other Tools & Features

To get the most out of your journal, you can complete the following pages:

 

  • Motivations & Intentions to clearly state why you’ll be using the journal and what you hope to gain from it.
     

  • Symptoms list to help you track your daily symptoms and prepare for your health care appointments. Includes space to create a shorthand label based on symptom severity and duration.
     

  • Medications & Supplements list to help you track and take your daily potions. Includes space to create a shorthand label based on dosage and timings.
     

  • Health focus toolkit to curate a menu of self-care activities, healthy habits, and things you can do to improve or prioritise your wellbeing a little each day. This toolkit can help you focus on one or all 8 health pillars.
     

  • Pick-me-ups list to use for encouragement, inspiration, and laughter. Also useful to help lift and shift your mood.


Note: Examples for these pages are included directly in the journal to give you an idea of what each feature looks like when it’s filled out.
 

Sample Pick-me-ups page

 

Here’s an example of a pick-me-ups page. View a large version of the pick-me-ups example page (PDF –55KB) or click on the image to see more detail.

Example of how to fill out the 'Pick-me-ups' page in the Write to Feel Right Journal.

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