Mood Booster Journal Happiness #Review

Mood Booster Journal Happiness Review: January 2018

Camilla Woolgar, followed her dream and inspirations to help people feel better about themselves.  The idea around the journal is, that it can be used as a tool, when anxiety, low mood, stress and low confidence strikes, to motivate and bring back a little happiness into your life.

Speaking from experience, Camilla has previously suffered from both anxiety and depression during which time she found that writing notes which recall positive memories helped her throughout.  However, in a time or turmoil, without aids or prompts, digging deep into the memory for positive memories can be an uphill struggle.  This is where the Mood Booster Journal was born and along with her graphic design skills and influence from her native Denmark Camilla created a minimalist yet creative Journal with a simplistic but functional purpose.

Relax, Reflect and refocus your energies with this motivational and inspiring mood booster journal.  Use to keep organised and document, then as a reflection tool to seek clarity about your life, goals, aspirations or simply to remember and celebrate key achievements.

There is a Happiness Diary with The Mood Booster Journal where you can record happy memories and easily recall later, if you experience a “down day”.  Using a combination of inner strength and focus allows you to use The Mood Booster Diary, as a tool of empowerment and self-love, to get your life back on track, keep your life on track, and importantly aid you to flourish and be happy from within.

Let’s live, capture and flourish.

Have a Happy 2018 and Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx


50 thoughts on “Mood Booster Journal Happiness #Review

  1. I’m a journal type of person too and I would love having this. I love to write especially when I can’t express myself loudly enough, it’s my go to place whenever my mouth is shut.

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  2. I am a big fan of journals, myself. I also use my bullet journal to record mood and trends in my anxiety. This sounds like a very useful tool, though, and I will definitely be checking it out.

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  3. I need to start journaling and am really compelled to start after reading this post. I’m going to make a concerted effort to start soon.

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  4. I love the idea of this. I love to journal when I have time and at the top I always write down at least one positive thing that happens per day. There always has to be some sort of bright light that happens during your day. I will have to look into this journal. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. I couldn’t agree more that reflecting back on positive experiences with little notes and reminders is absolutely fantastic for combating a down day. I love the pastel colours and presentation of this journal, I’m sure it would be a pleasure to complete! I’ll definitely be looking into it.

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  6. I got Fearne Cotton’s Happy journal to start the year and I’ve been loving it so far. This journal sounds beautiful though and it’s a great wee daily reminder to take a step back and see things for how they really are. Happy 2018!

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  7. I love this idea. When I put the kids to be at night we all think of our three best things from the day but I never write them down.. I really, really should!

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  8. I can’t tell you how many times I forget something great that happened, or that someone said. A journal is a great idea to keep track of those things that we don’t want to forget. Great tip.

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  9. I have designed a psychology notebook which will help people with severe depression unleash their inner thoughts and feelings which are often trapped. It will be coming out soon. So this blog post is encouraging.

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