Her Words, Her Guide

Self-coaching journal for women, designed by a psychologist

Her Words, Her Guide is a unique inspirational guide and journal designed to help women harness the power of their inner wisdom. Beautifully crafted, each journal features a rayon fabric hard cover with lay flat binding, & opens to 320 full colour pages of premium quality paper.

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5 Reviews5.0/5

I got a chance to review a copy on the insistence on the insistence of a friend. Even though I'm not one who reflects a lot through writing, I can really see how it helps clarifies my own thoughts and thinking. It did so in a manner that is guided but yet not structured. Definitely a very well-thought through flow and content. Like I'm seeing my own therapist.

I'm getting two copies for two very lucky girls! Now I'm hoping the Kickstarter campaign will succeed!

I'm now looking for a version like it for men!

Pros:

Prob one of the best designed ones out there with practical writing spaces

Cons:

Catered for women mainly. The men missed out!

thanks for the great review @Kelvin Sim! Please recommend it to your female friends too :)
I wonder why there have to be different versions "for men" and "for women". It's journal
I got a chance to review a copy on the insistence on the insistence of a friend. Even though I'm not one who reflects a lot through writing, I can really see how it helps clarifies my own thoughts and thinking. It did so in a manner that is guided but yet not structured. Definitely a very well-thought through flow and content. Like I'm seeing my own therapist. I'm getting two copies for two very lucky girls! Now I'm hoping the Kickstarter campaign will succeed! I'm now looking for a version like it for men!
@darkad thanks for pledging it as gifts for your lady friends! I hope they would be happy to receive it when my campaign succeeds!

A back to 'pen to paper' approach in this digital, tech devices world; I would have expected an online version for gals on the go who didn't need to carry another book than her Kindle around. That said, it is a good change to be away from tech when I'm dealing with something as important as ME, MYSELF AND I.

Taking time away from all the tech that surrounds me (that also distracts me from doing this journal), it was alittle tough at the start. Not viewing my phone at the ping of anything, was tough, but a start!

This journey helped me to reflect on the 8 core virtues of what makes me, ME. I looked at how I am seeing myself, this guided me to how I can be a better version of myself. I gained more insight, self reflective questions and guides in the journal helped.

I love it that it is not like a 30 days or 1 year diary program sort of thing, and that I could do this at my own time and pace! 1 less stress point in my life, trying to get my life in check! (the irony...)

Still on my journey, and loving the whole approach of this journal thus far..

Pros:

Self reflective/discovering journey, all at my own pace

Cons:

Maybe a digital version where i can log in to do this while on the fly for those who travels often?

Thanks for your raving review, Joanna! I'm glad to hear that journaling has been such an amazing experience for you!

Absolutely well-timed with the current fempowerment topics of today. I think especially of close friends who still tend to put themselves and their achievements down, as well as young ladies whom I care about and want to see reach their full potential despite many negative messages that they will face in their lives. We all deserve to be compassionate and loving towards ourselves, only then can we learn to be compassionate and loving towards others!

Pros:

Medium completely suits the method - something about pen and paper vs typing that encourages self-reflection. And that delicious design! <3

Cons:

I wish there was one geared towards men so I could get it for my nephews and younger male friends too!

thanks for your wonderful review @ Natashia Lee. It really helps! And I totally agree with us having to first be compassionate towards ourselves so we can learn to help others :) well said
Thanks for hunting @celeste_cai could you please tell us more about yourself and what drove you to create this wonderful product?
@abadesi Hello! Nice to e-meet you here! A little about myself - I'm a registered psychologist and clinical counsellor based in Vancouver BC. What made me create this: Well, by now you would have observed that many planners and journals are productivity-oriented. Success is also typically defined by the number of achievements or goals you can attain. As women, we are also faced with pressure from external/societal expectations that sometimes we lose our authenticity. Research has shown that if we get the first things right -- that is having a good sense of who we are, what we love to do, understanding and building our character, we become more intrinsically driven, and the motivation to work through tasks to attain our goals becomes easier. As such, I decided to create a journal that focuses on being a guide to character-building in women. The journal teaches the concept of “less is more” and motivates us to concentrate on what matters most - which is to nurture our wisdom and strength of our character - so that we are able to equip ourselves to deal with anything life might throw at us. Hope that gives you a better understanding of the story behind my journal!