CreateWriteNow Introduces ’21 Days Declutter Your Life Journaling Challenge’

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New Program Offers Creative Approach to Taking Charge of Clutter

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New Declutter Your Life Journaling Challenge

Of course your journal can't do the actual decluttering for you! But it can help individuals adjust their behavior, let go of the past, and create a new path to a more orderly future.”

CreateWriteNow has just announced launch of the 21 Days Declutter Your Life Journaling Challenge, a new 21-day program that uses the power of journaling to address clutter in the home, scheduled to begin Sunday, March 1st, 2015.

Aimed at helping participants adjust behaviors that lead to disorganization and clutter in the first place, the course uses daily journaling exercises to get to the heart of related personal issues and psychological roadblocks—and offers alternative ways to think about cleanup and organization on a day-to-day basis.

Developed by Mari L. McCarthy, journaling therapy specialist and founder of CreateWriteNow, the 21 Days Declutter Your Life Journaling Challenge is modeled after 27 Days of Journaling to Health & Happiness, the company’s most successful program to date, now in its sixth year.

Through a series of daily journaling exercises and prompts, participants are encouraged to explore personal habits and patterns of behavior, strengths and weaknesses, and to develop fresh goals that more closely align actions with personal priorities, and tackle organization in small steps.

In addition to daily writing exercises, the program’s related eWorkbook offers helpful suggestions and tips, while an optional Facebook group provides a platform for interaction with other participants as well as encouragement and support delivered by Mari McCarthy herself.

Said McCarthy, “Physical clutter creates mental clutter. And for many, clutter turns our home environment into a source of stress rather than what it should be—a place of refuge. Of course your journal can't do the actual decluttering for you! But it can help individuals adjust their behavior, let go of the past, and create a new path to a more orderly future.”

Added McCarthy, “The program is an ideal course for experienced journalers ready to use journaling as a tool for organization, self transformation and growth. Those who are truly prepared to make a commitment to a daily, pen-to-page journaling practice will reap the greatest rewards.”

The 21 Days Declutter Your Life Journaling Challenge is provided free of charge to participants. The related eWorkbook—and a pen!—is all that is needed to take part. The eWorkbook can be purchased in the CreateWriteNow store
(http://store.createwritenow.com/21-days-declutter-your-life-journaling-challenge/) and is available as an eBook as well as other formats including an audio book and downloadable versions for iPad, Kindle, NOOK and Sony Reader.

About CreateWriteNow

CreateWriteNow teaches individuals how to use the power of daily journaling to achieve self-discovery, personal transformation and perfect health. Founded by Mari L. McCarthy, who has used the power of daily journaling herself to overcome many of the debilitating effects of Multiple Sclerosis, the company publishes regular articles, journaling prompts, videos and eBooks and holds a number of interactive journaling challenges throughout the year.

Learn more at http://www.createwritenow.com

Learn more about the 21 Days Declutter Your life Journaling Challenge here: http://www.createwritenow.com/declutter-your-life-journaling-challenge

Contact: Mari L. McCarthy
mari(at)createwritenow(dot)com
(781) 635-5175

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