The Human Being Journal (non-dated) is perfect for the busy go-getter seeking a mindfulness practice that decreases stress and enhances well-being. With guided questions rooted in the fundamental pillars of a happy life—including health, career, and relationships—the journal bridges the gap between our human selves and the deeper sense of being so many of us are craving in this modern world.
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A percentage of every journal sold goes to supporting global mental health organizations.
I love my journal because it feels like a reflective conversation with my closest and dearest friends. The kind of conversations you don’t have often but when you do, you feel recharged and full of joy!
I absolutely love the journal. It is very different than others on the market, as it is incredibly thoughtful in its approach to creating a continued path to reaching your goals that is reset on a monthly basis. It is also beautifully put together. After using the journal, I have gifted it to several close friends. They all love it.
I really enjoyed firstly the aesthetic and packaging. It was beautifully done. I also liked the organization of the journal, this is my first time journaling, so it’s been a challenge to get into writing monthly but I liked collecting my goals and documenting them. I am slow to keep up with journaling but appreciate that I’m not committed to it and can pick it up when I have a free moment.
The Mahara journal is absolutely beautiful - it's bound nicely with a beautiful rich fabric (I have the blue one), and it feels like a weighty novel - looks great on a bookshelf. I'm not typically a journal person, but I love how this is only a monthly commitment, and it has tons of prompts, and it's an easy way to stay on track with my goals. I set aside about 2 hours on a Sunday afternoon once a month, and it's more than enough time to fill it out. Highly recommend for anyone who wants a journal that's beautiful and not too overwhelming.
It really helped me pause and take stock of my life and what I want out of it instead of just having the days pass by.