Big Life Journal for Adults – Coming Soon!

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Have you heard about Big Life Journal? Chances are that you’ve walked past a Big Life Journal resource at your child’s school or day care centre.

Big Life Journal was founded by Alexandra Eidens who was searching for a tool to help her son grow in confidence and resilience, something to build self-esteem and articulate his goals. Specifically, she wanted a tool to help him have a positive outlook on life and try new things without fear of making a mistake or thinking he couldn’t do it before he even tried.

Alexandra and her husband Scott came up with the idea of the Big Life Journal and enlisted a talented team of experts, including a home-school liaison and blog manager to come up with the journal. The first Big Life Journal was for children aged seven to 10 years, and later on a Big Life Journal for teens and tweens (14+) was born. They also have a number of free growth mindset and parenting tools available on their website and blog: https://biglifejournal.com.au/blogs/blog

The great news is that Big Life Journal has recently advised that they are currently developing a Big Life Journal for adults. Having seen how powerful the journals are for children and young adults, this resource for adults is going to be a welcome addition for all who seek self-improvement. Watch this space!

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