Rayna created a series of mental health journals to help her readers apply the healing tools she blogs about. Check out her Author Page on Her journals include:

30 Day Gratitude Journal: Practice Gratitude and Focus On Your Future

Emotional Wellness Journal: Explore Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Triggers

Mindset Journal: A Great Tool for Emotional Health

Did you know that the simple task of journaling each day has been known to be one of the most effective and helpful techniques for reducing feelings of fear and anxiety? Rayna’s journals are a great tool for long term emotional health. Not only is journaling a fantastic way to explore your deep thoughts and feelings about life, it also keeps a record of life’s highs and lows which helps drive personal growth.

Comprehensive Therapy Journal Guide: Navigating Emotional Healing With Your Therapist

Calling and making your first counseling appointment is such an incredibly brave and healthy step for your mental health. There are so many emotions that accompany this move. On one hand, you have decided to deal with your emotional pain, which is amazing. But, on the other hand, therapy is another commitment of your time, not to mention the emotional toll, and the impact on your budget. My hope is that the Therapy Journal is the solution to the impact […]

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Divine Transformation: 8 Steps to Elevate Your Life with a Christian Personal Growth Plan

Time to read: 14 minutes Every personal growth strategy starts with a plan. I have compiled a list of eight steps to help you to elevate your life with a personal growth plan. When you apply these strategic steps to your life, you will catapult yourself to the next level. If you are serious about changing your life for the better, then this blog post is for you! “The two most important days in your life are the day you […]

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5 Reasons You Need To Start A Self Care Journal To Receive Healing And Emotional Wellness

Does how you perceive yourself matter? Yes, my girl! It matters. In fact, your self talk is very important because it is determining your future. Starting a self care journal is a great strategy for personal growth. By journaling you are getting to know your feelings, your thoughts and your potential. You can then use these journal entries to help you to develop your personal growth goals. How you feel about yourself and how you talk to yourself are so […]

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Gratitude Journal Prompts When You Are Stuck On What To Write

Have you ever tried journaling? I started journaling with a gratitude journal. I think it’s the easiest way to get started AND since I created the 30 gratitude journal prompts below, it’ll be even easier. The Benefits of Gratitude The Mayo Clinic’s article, “Can expressing gratitude improve your mental, physical health?” conveys that there is a positive effect on both mental and physical health when you become thankful. I was surprised at all the benefits that come along with creating […]

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Refresh Your Internal Dialogue: Overcoming Constant Self Criticism

Let me ask you a serious question. Would you talk to someone else the way you talk to yourself? Self criticism is a form of self hate. You can stop sabotaging your dreams by changing your inner dialogue. Your words have so much value. Let’s use our words for personal growth instead of using them to criticize ourselves. The tongue has the power of life and death… Proverbs 18:21, NIV You were created to fulfill your entire God-given destiny and […]

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How to Put An End To Negativity In Your Life In 30 Days Or Less While Still Keeping It Real

Could a thing as menial as negative thinking be stifling your future? I never thought my thinking was a big deal until I realized what I was thinking about. Let’s just say that what was going on in my head was not pretty. As I began to uncover my thinking, I was surprised at the negativity that was spewing from my mind. If I’m being honest, some of my thinking shocked me and your thoughts may surprise you too. Keeping […]

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What Is A Trigger And Why Is Everyone Talking About It?

A trigger is a trauma response. It happens when a current experience “triggers” your brain to remember a trauma from the past and then your body responds the same way it did when the original trauma occurred. If you have experienced this then you know how much it sucks!! I personally did not understand triggers (and how much I was experiencing them in my everyday life!) until my counselor was explaining it to me as I was telling her my […]

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The 7 Steps for Emotional Healing That Will Change Your Life Completely

Learn how to heal your emotions in seven steps that will change your life completely. Literally. There are many benefits to emotional healing and the sooner your start the quicker you will experience emotional healing. No matter where you find yourself there’s just one thing you need to do. Pray and ask Jesus to show you the way. I promise you that if you seek Him you will find Him (Proverbs 8:17). Table of Contents Why Change? But why change? Because […]

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How To Eliminate Anxiety Without Going To See A Counselor

Anxiety can be debilitating at worst and downright aggravating at best. Either way, I want to eliminate anxiety in every part of my life. And I bet you feel the same way since you clicked on this post. Am I right? Eliminating anxiety is a process but it can be done! We all have the same amount of hours in each day. And, in some seasons of life, there’s just not enough time in the day to schedule that appointment […]

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Emotional Wellness Journal Guide

Emotional Wellness Journal The Emotional Wellness Journal helps you to focus on your triggers and the emotions that follow. When we can identify our triggers we create a window into our emotional pain. Emotional pain eventually leads to emotional wellness because the pain is a guide to where healing is needed. Healing is imminent when you face the pain. I want to encourage you to journal it out. Journaling your feelings is a great way to receive emotional pain because […]

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