The Journaling Method Tim Ferris & Elizabeth Gilbert Love Did Not Work For Me

The alternative method to find happiness from writing

Chau Trieu
ILLUMINATION

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Morning Pages, first introduced in Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way, was my gateway to journaling.

It also turned me into a bitter person and threw me into a mental spiral.

Morning Pages in a nutshell is a way to brain dump.

First thing in the morning, take out your pen and paper, sit down and write every thought you have until you fill up three whole notebook pages.

It’s been praised by Tim Ferris, Alicia Keys, Elizabeth Gilbert, Reese Witherspoon, Martin Scorsese, and most recently Bella Hadid.

If all of these influential figures said it’s good, who am I to say otherwise? And why would you take my words over theirs?

Well, after ditching the Morning Pages for other journaling methods, I’ve FINALLY found the one that helps me find happiness from writing.

I’m 110% certain that you would benefit from this journaling method too.

Let’s dive in!

Why the Morning Pages did NOT work for me (and probably why it’s not going to work for you either)

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Chau Trieu
ILLUMINATION

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