My Ship’s Logbook | Mental Health Journal

32,95

Track your mental health, and have fun while you do it!

This 15-week journal contains over 300 sturdy pages to write, draw, track habits and moods, colour, read, learn and play games. Collect gems along the way and fill your Treasure Chest to earn gifts!

The Logbook uses the pocket anchors! Don’t have your anchor set yet? Get Ship Psychology Journalling Box instead! The box includes your first Logbook, but also an anchor set and everything you need to get started!

 

4 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

This journal helps you track your mental health using Ship Psychology methods and techniques.

It is designed as an interactive guide to monitor your moods and mental health on a day-to-day basis. Tracking this over the course of 15 weeks, you can find patterns in events or experiences that influence your mental, emotional and physical well-being. Once you uncover those, you will know how to steer your life in ways that improve your overall health!

The journal is undated, so you can start at any moment, and continue in a fresh one when the time comes! 😉

Your First Logbook Journal

If this will be your first Logbook, I highly recommend buying the Ship Psychology Journalling Box. This classy box contains:

  • the logbook,
  • the pocket anchors you need for the journal,
  • extra instructions to help you find your way around!

Get the Journalling Box here >>

“Do I really need the anchors and instructions?”

Yes. The anchors are an essential part of the Logbook. They are key to getting the results the Logbook is created to give you! 😉

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 25 × 15 × 3 cm
Edition:

Hardcover, Anchor pattern

Size:

A5-size (21 x 15 cm)

Pages:

304 pg, 120 gr white

Shipping:

Your order is shipped a.s.a.p. You will be notified when it is on its way. We use standard postal services to keep shipping costs low, so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

About the author

Christel Vogels developed the Ship Psychology Method as a playful means to understand your own mind. As coach and trainer, she teaches people how managing their thoughts, feelings and behaviour can help to improve their mental quality of life.

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