You are here, that means you've probably already heard about the benefits of journaling. If excuses like "I ain't got no time for that" or "that seems girly" have crossed your mind whiling considering to try, you've come to the right place.
Follow our quick and potent daily prompts & modules that rewire the way you operate from within, so you can finally bring what you desire from paper to life.
Made with premium finishing and materials built to last. Special features include daily affirmations, morning & evening routines, log-off times, focus exercise, and much more.
By redirecting your subconscious thoughts with models & prompts, the journal rewires your body and brain for more effective emotions and reduce reactiveness.
By cultivating the ability to block distractions, the journal helps you to re-concentrate your precious time & cognitive attention on meaningful things.
By holding you accountable for your own actions, the journal fast-tracks you to build healthier habits that promote both physical & mental wellbeing.
Don't just have your journal randomly lying around. Use the wooden stand to form a visual cue, and to remind you that your day & time deserve much more respect.
Three months into my TWS experience, I’m more aware of my energy levels and mood changes. I now make time for things that are more important, not just more urgent. I have more respect for my own time and health. I learned to love myself for where I am now and embrace the power of good habits. Now I feel more confident to go from “today well spent” to “life well lived”. Thank you for such a great product!JINGRU ZHANG, Web developer, Product designer, Content strategist, Lifelong learner
Smartphones train our brain to be distracted, that's why productivity or mindfulness apps don't work. They simply lead to more screen time, more mindless scrolling, and overall more digital addiction. When it comes to productivity and mental health, the last thing we need is another app.
Writing is not only calming, research also shows that handwriting increases neural activity in the brain and your ability to concentrate. Furthermore, unlike digital typing, writing with a pen is more effective in boosting memory, understanding and recalling concepts.