I’m not going to lie, chaos is often synonymous with my day-to-day existence. Navigating the cycle of never-ending to-do-lists combined with too little sleep and too much caffeine has frequently left me feeling stressed out and depleted.
Luckily, I have several talented, inspiring and all-round-amazing women in my circle to help keep me on track. Nicola Ries Taggart, an in-demand leadership success strategist and coach, is one of them.
Over dinner at the end of the last year, Nicola told me about a method she’d developed for herself, and her coaching clients, that had been transformative. In fact, it was such a stellar concept she set out to share it more broadly with others. And with that, Nicola’s new book was born.
Calm the Chaos Journal: A Daily Practice for a More Peaceful Life provides easy-to-follow prompts that encourage self-care, kindness, gratitude, goal setting, and letting go.
For anyone who feels overwhelmed (like me) by endless to-do lists and the stresses of everyday life, take note. The daily journal helps calm inner chaos by inviting you to take a moment to process “Today” and look ahead to “Tomorrow.”
Previously, I felt I simply didn’t have time to journal every day. Calm the Chaos makes it easy to complete and even easier to reflect. Published by Chronicle Books, the slim compact journal is just the right size to keep on your nightstand or slide into your purse if you’re traveling and on the go.
Calm the Chaos Journal is available now and I encourage you to pick up a copy of your own.
Post by Octavia Goredema @OctaviaGoredema