About Jackee Holder
Jackee is passionate about writing and journaling and has filled the pages of over one hundred journals. Jackee holds a Masters degree in creative writing and personal development from Sussex University and is the author of four books, 49 Ways To Write Yourself Well, Be Your Own Best Life Coach, The Journal Journey Guidebook and Soul Purpose along with numerous workbooks,
e-books, free journaling products and articles for a range of journals and magazines.
Over the last ten years Jackee has coached and supported professional women, writers, creative artists, entrepreneurs and executives both on and off the page through workshops, retreats, one on one coaching, coach training and her online journal writing course, Paper Therapy http://www.jackeeholder.com/events/paper-therapy-online-journal-writing-course-2/
I journal regularly, really enjoy podcasts interviews around journaling and expressive writing, along with writing blogs and articles on writing/journaling, reflective writing, mindfulness, time to think, mental health, personal growth and self-development.
I am an early morning walker and love the early mornings when most of the rest of the world is asleep. I have a real interest in trees and tree mythology and love the way trees beautify our environment.
You can find Jackee here: http://www.jackeeholder.com
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In this age of digital addictions why are more young women turning to the privacy of a journal and notebook? And why it makes sense on International Women's day to give a young girl a journal or notebook and encourage her to get writing.
January 23rd was National Handwriting Day and it made me want to share some of the reasons why I believe writing by hands matters despite the advances in digital technology.
Is there a point in keeping a travel journal? What do you journal about when travelling? Learn why it makes sense to and how to journal when you're on the move.
Did you enjoy colouring as a child? I did? Then you'll be pleased to know that colouring books aimed at adults are back and are hitting the best seller lists. Discover this authors story of colouring and the benefits colouring offers you.
You've heard people say it's good for you but you're not really sure why? Here's five reasons why writing a journal is good for business and personal health and well-being.
Today is national poem in your pocket day. So I am curious what poem would you carry in your pocket and why? I wonder, what ailment or challenge might your poem help with? And will you be brave enough to either send someone a poem today or read it out loud?
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