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Getting in the habit of keeping a journal and reaping the benefits doesn't have to be hard and messy. So we made it easy.Give it a try, it's free
A lot of people use journals to de-stress, get things of their mind, figure out mistakes and know themselves better.
Others use them to remember and celebrate their accomplishments and generally keep close the things they love in a way that is private and easy to come back to.
Writing about your feelings can help the brain overcome emotional upsets and leave you feeling happier, psychologists have found.
William James once said, "If you can change your mind, you can change your life" — and journal-writing can help you do just that.
Track your personal patterns of behavior that help you achieve goals and respond effectively to challenges. You’re also able to see the patterns that get in the way of personal and professional growth, and healthy relationships with self and others.
Regular writing can help you learn to process and communicate complex ideas effectively. It can also help you memorize important information, and brainstorm new ideas.
Not everybody is a writer but everybody could benefit from keeping a journal.
To help with that we got back to the basics with a simple app that you can use from anywhere, on any device without installing more apps for each device.
Along with that we focused on features that would make things easy for you.
- Add updates as you would on social media or go deeply in a full editor
- Use templates to make things easy, be it our templates or created by yourself
- Set simple reminders to help you stay on track
- Keep separate journals with ease
- Set goals and tasks if you are more ambitions
Check out of the full list of features and how they work if you want to know more about what MusePeach can do.
Not sure how to start?
You’re not alone. A lot of people have a hard time starting because there is no set formula. But don’t worry we have a simple plan to get you going.
Take a step back from the crazy of day to day life and look at it from afar.
Figure out where you are, what is working for you, what is not working for you and where you wish you were.
Start setting some goals and try to figure out how you will accomplish them.
Come back to note your progress, obstacles, new discoveries or ideas and to keep yourself in check.
Give it a try and see if it works for you.