Journaling

Discover the power of the written word

  • Aug142017
    Image of a mother reading to her young child from The Grace Files Love + Notes journal. Part of a blog article detailing how you can write a love letter to your child.

    How To Write A Love Letter To Your Child

    A beautiful baby book for new parents to write love letters to their child from birth until they leave home. Perfect new baby gift or baby shower gift.

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  • Mar222017
    Image of a potential solution towards parenting without guilt - The Grace Files Life + Notes health journal open at the welcome page

    Parenting without guilt… could this be a solution?

    When you have children, you seem to open your heart to being beaten about by something called parental guilt. Using a Life + Notes journal can help!

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  • Mar222017
    Image showing a mother holding her young daughter representing a moving blog post showcasing a mother's letter to her daughter

    A Mother’s Letter To Her Daughters

    Georgie Abay from The Grace Tales wrote a letter to her daughters at a time when life is fast, technology is embraced & often the handwritten word is lost.

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  • Feb232017
    An image of a person writing in their The Grace Files Care + Notes journal, a helpful tool for those coping with chemo brain

    
Chemo Brain And Six Tips To Help You Deal With It

    Brain fogginess otherwise known as ‘Chemo Brain’ is an unfortunate side effect of chemotherapy. Rachael Hayes shares some tips on how to manage Chemo Brain.

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  • Feb212017
    How to use Love Letters to Your Child

    Love Letters to my Child: it all started with Oprah

    Journaling to your child provides them with a beautiful written story of their childhood – a love letter from you to them.

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  • Feb212017
    How to use Care + Notes

    A Childhood Touched by Cancer

    When you are unwell with a chronic illness or perhaps going through chemotherapy, it is often hard to remember things – Care + Notes can become a helpful companion.

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