MindJournal — The groundbreaking journal that has transformed the lives of thousands of guys.
Achieve your biggest goals, live your wildest dreams and face your scariest fears with MindJournal’s innovative WritingFramework™. Based on proven psychological research, it will give you the structure you need to build positive change for you and those around you. No matter what you’re looking to achieve in life, MindJournal will help you get there. The only thing stopping you is you.
Size: Classic A5 (148 x 210 mm / 5.8 x 8.3 in)
Weight: 60g / 0.13lbs
Binding: 100% lay-flat binding
Markers: 1 x yellow, 1 x grey ribbon
Cover: Crushproof faux-leather rubber cover
Paper: 110gsm ink-proof, premium ivory paper
Pages: 264 pages including endpapers
Case: Bespoke slipcase with debossed lettering
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- 3 stages of self-discovery
- 90 days of journaling
- Guidance & support
- Undated & unpaginated
- Free writing section
- Reduced stress
- Increased happiness
- Improved physical health
- Higher productivity
- Enhanced self-awareness
What’s inside MindJournal?
The key to positive change is less about finding answers and more about asking the right questions. That’s why we created our innovative WritingFramework™.
Formed of 30 life-changing questions and a powerful Daily Check-In Tool, MindJournal’s structured system will challenge the way you think, feel and act whilst giving you space to track your feelings, plan your day and practice gratitude.
Add the date to track your progress as you work through your Journal. You can then revisit and reflect on questions using the extra pages.
2. Feelings Checklist
Check-in and tick off how you feel using 50 common emotions as your starting point. There’s even space to add your own.
3. Intentions & Achievements
List your intentions and/or achievements to boost your productivity and confidence. Small wins will help you achieve the bigger ones.
Gratitude is a key ingredient to a happy and fulfilling life. List three things you’re grateful for to give yourself a dose of positivity.
5. Happy Hour
It’s important to learn how to look after yourself as well as others. Happy Hour is your chance to plan a moment that’s just for you.
6. The Programme
30 thought-provoking questions, divided into three core stages that increase in difficulty as you work through your Journal.
7. Writing Lines
Use the three lined pages to write your response to the question. If you need more space you can use the free writing section at the back of the Journal.
Every question comes with help and advice on how to answer it — look out for the ‘M’ symbol at the bottom of the page.
I've written (on and off) for years. I'd been journaling well before Adrian Mole made it comedic. Then again in my twenties; in my thirties and now again, as I near half-a-century. I've tried various formats; digital notes; handwritten lined pages; apps & blogging and none of them held sway for very long. However, need made for the strangest of bedfellows. I'd hit a proverbial wall and wanted to try something that provided some structure and guidance and above all else NOT be digital. I spend enough time on my phone, as it is; I needed something that actively took me away from my pocked black mirror.
I ummed and ahhed over the cost for months. I'd return to the website, read reviews and very nearly bought the first version (glad I didn't)! After hitting a huge wall, I needed 'someone to talk to', who'd listen, not judge or be 'someone' who I wouldn't have to concern myself with what they may be thinking about whatever it is I'm expressing. I found that 'someone' in the Mind Journal.
I have no problem writing; the problem I have is "when do I stop?", "what do I say/not say?" and "how do I start, each day"? I'm always concerned about writing too much, or not writing enough to cover what I really feel. This journal gives me a fantastic focus point with which to base my daily musings. There's ample space for me to write reams, if I so wish. Conversely (and rarely) I could write a little and return to it at a latter date. I'd never had a book with 2WO page markers before! The book is lush. It's become a ritual taking it out of it's confines and opening the pages to begin scribing. The same for carefully marking my page and returning it to it's confines. It travels EVERYWHERE with me.
If you have no problem writing, but yearn for structure and relevance, this book is for you! I've just spent a wad of money on new pens! Writing this journal is my new wellbeing kick and I love it. It really is helping me diffuse any time bombs I have within me, set to go o...
I love this journal, not only for what it is but for the positive habit(s) it has helped me develop. I write first thing every day in my MindJournal (currently on my second one) and it helps me start my day with better judgement and more a more clear-seeing attitude. It’s encouraged me to wake much (much) earlier in the morning, and have started adding new habits to my morning routine. The amount of space per “day” in the journal is just right. However once you’re on your second journal, the prompts are a little redundant. Perhaps a blank journal as an option to purchase would be great (because I love the size, feel and weight of this one!). I’ll likely get a third one and just keep “scratching out” the prompts each day until I get to the blank days :)
I've practised what I call Daily Pages for years, as a way of sharing my thoughts with the page as well as keeping the writing wheels turning. Typically I use standard notepads, but when I saw this advertised, I thought I'd give it a go so that I could add some structure to practice. After going at it for a month now, I'm not sure I've noticed any real benefit. But having said that, it is a lovely product that has clearly been well produced.
I guess it's overall usefulness is down to the individual. I'll keep using it, just to see if there are any major epiphanies, but do far... So so.
This is one of the best things to happen to me this year without a doubt, my mind journal is proving to be amazing and raising important questions for me as a person. I am so glad that something like this exists, it is quite simply allowing me to be a better person. I thoroughly recommend this to all.
Been using this a week and has helped me to identify areas I need to work on, has helped me focus my thoughts which I've struggled with since the loss of my mum last August. I always thought keeping a diary or journelling was something that only girls/females did but now I wish i'd started tthis years ago. Thank you for an amazing product
"I believe MindJournal is one of the most accessible tools for any guy who is looking for a way to change their outlook on life."
— Karen Pine, Psychology Professor
"This journal is everything we love and everything we need with a promise of more peace of mind."
— Gear Patrol
"For guys that always find their journaling habit falling off after a few weeks, MindJournal might do exactly what it promises."
— Cool Material
"MindJournal keeps you motivated by providing a series of questions and tasks to kickstart your writing."
"This stylish journal uses a straightforward framework allowing guys to navigate the challenges in life."
— Huff Post