Journaling to Transform Stress with Ingrid (Online)

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Stress and frustration are a perfectly normal part of life. In the same way that the fuel light in a car is an indicator to fill up the tank, our uncomfortable or unwanted emotions are important indicators that are trying to tell us something.

This class will use a journaling strategy to take our not so fun emotions on a journey where they get transformed into a gift. 

This will leave you feeling calmer, clearer, more empowered and happier.

What will we cover?

We’ll explore how to learn from our stresses and frustrations. Rather than letting them keep you stuck or reacting to them, you’ll be guided with easy to follow steps to dive a little deeper.

You’ll learn a practical way of using a journal for growth that will include:

  • Giving yourself permission to stress
  • Uncovering what the stress might really be about
  • Discovering the gift that it really is

With each step, you’ll be guided to practice by putting pen to paper. 

Whatever you write in your journal is personal and you won’t be asked to share it.

          What will you need?

          • A journal, notebook or if you don’t have any at home just plain paper
          • A pen


            • Closed Captions
            • Early Bird Cheap Tix
            • Free Tix for First Nation Attendees
            • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request

            Who will be teaching? 

            Ingrid (she/her) is a Wellbeing Coach and an experienced primary school teacher.  

            Cultivating self-kindness is woven into all of Ingrid’s work. She coaches people 1:1 and is the creator of Diving for Pearls, a 5-Step journal writing process that takes you on a self-coaching journey of reflection and discovery.

            Ingrid grew up in the country but now lives in Melbourne. She loves salsa dancing, paddle boarding and travelling. 

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