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Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling Paperback – April 5, 2016
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About the Author
Through her writing, podcasts, videos, and courses, millennial blogger, speaker, and podcast host Katie Dalebout curates inspired wisdom that guides people to go deep and sift through the thoughts clouding their minds. She’s a regular contributor to Refinery29 and MindBodyGreen, and her work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Yahoo! Health, and The Daily Mail. In 2013 Katie launched the weekly interview podcast WWRadio, which attracted wellness and lifestyle celebrities such as Gabrielle Bernstein, Tara Stiles, and Joe Cross in its first few episodes. Katie helps people develop a positive image of their bodies through embracing their creativity and personality outside of their physicality, and she’s on a mission to share journaling tools that invoke deeper authenticity and true self-acceptance. If you’d like more inspiration from Katie, visit her in Wellness Wonderland at www.katiedalebout.com or follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube: @katiedalebout.
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I WAS WRONG.
Holy cats, y'all. This book. I have no words and so many words. This isn't the "go sit with your ugly thoughts and roll around in them for a little while" journaling that I did in my past. This is the kind of forward-thinking, progress-making, solutions-oriented journaling that I wish I had been exposed to in the past. With tons of prompts that you can turn to at any time and really clear guidance for writing through them, you WILL be able to start learning how to ask yourself the right questions that will lead you toward healing and clarity. Believe it or not, I went out and bought a notebook and got started the day after I read this.
I'm recommending it to my podcast listeners/blog readers, and we're "reading" it in my book club this month (it's not so much a narrative as a tool, but I think that it's worth spending some time on and discussing).
Honestly, I think that if you're looking for one self-help tool that can kickstart your journey toward recovery, this one is the one you should check out.
This is a not a stale "one size fits all" self-help book. The prompts are very well thought out and really encourage you to take action. Kate Dalebout is great at reaching the audience in the sense that you really feel like she is talking to you and helping you sort out your own unique issues and emotions. I really like the way the book is sectioned out and she clearly lays out key steps to take in order to start solving some of these problems or dealing with some of the emotional baggage that may be bringing you down. More importantly, these steps are small and implementable. You can see progress very early on. She also appeals to me because I often find myself overwhelmed with emotion after journaling. Instead of feeling helpless, she encourages you to deal with those emotions using a unique plan of action.
Overall, I cannot say enough about how much this book has helped me in such a short amount of time. I am really glad I took the chance and purchased this. I have a feeling my therapy sessions will be even more fruitful because now I know the source of some of my problems and I have become much better at organizing and articulating my thoughts. I even have a better grasp on some of the unhealthy patterns and "traps" I regularly fall into.
This book could not have come into my life at a better time. I am currently uprooted from my home for an extended period of time. At the same time, I am trying to take care of my family and write my book. It is so easy to become sidetracked by life’s curveballs.
But Let It Out has helped me stay focused on my dreams and my authentic self. I like the Morning Dump exercise, especially the visualization/let it go parts. I love the Self-Care Weekly Outlet tooI, and cannot wait to try the New Moon Manifesto tool.
I am so grateful for this book!