194: Simple Journaling Tips to Improve Mood and Mental Wellbeing with Allie Mirosevic

You’ve heard that journaling can be a profoundly healing self-care tool – a way to gain clarity, ease your mind, or simply reflect on the day and find gratitude in each moment. But does it really work? How do you do it properly? Is that a thing?

Today, we’re chatting with Allie Mirosevic to uncover simple journaling tips that can improve your mood and overall mental wellbeing (and learn that there’s no right or wrong way to do it – as long as it’s yours).


In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Allie’s beautiful entrepreneurial journey and spirit
  • Let’s define what journaling actually is
  • The benefits of journaling and how they’ve shown up for Allie
  • An overview of Allie’s self-care journal format
  • Shifting and overcoming the obstacles to making journaling a habit
  • How journaling can especially help empaths and HSPs
  • Tips and tricks to help you get started
  • The power of vulnerability
  • Allie’s 3 favorite prompts to dig deeper


Allie is the founder of Bliss’d, a self-care company that helps moms live more joyful, fulfilling, and connected lives through journaling. Allie discovered her love for journaling after having a challenging first-time postpartum experience in 2019 and is now designing a line of easy-to-use gratitude and connection journals. Prior to starting her company last year, Allie worked in travel marketing for a decade – always with the intention of moving into her own company eventually. Originally from Chicago, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband and 2 children.



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“Here’s my definition of journaling. It’s the act of getting whatever is in your head out. And some days, like I just said, it might be a lot. In other days, it might not be that much, but those are both still the experience of journaling.”

“If you’re using a prompt, or a quote, or an affirmation, that can help dig up stuff within your subconscious that you might not realize is there if you’re just trying to think about it.”

“This gets to be whatever you want it to be and it doesn’t have to be complicated.”

“I think (journaling) really is just that time for myself where I can be whoever I am, gain the confidence to be whoever I am, and then take that out in the world.”

“One thing I do want to emphasize is (that) like anything, the more you do it, it will get easier.”



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