There’s no quick fix for anxiety, fears or other concerns, but journaling can be a super beneficial way to prioritize your problems, set intentions, reflect on the good and find peace within yourself.
Interested in journaling but aren’t sure where to start? Penn State alumna Emily Chertow hosts pop-up journaling classes, and she’s coming to State College this weekend.
With three different guided classes to choose from, Emily’s journaling sessions are a great way for people of all abilities and ages to put pen to paper.
What classes are available?
Friday, Jan. 24 at Studio 1795 (7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)
This session will provide an intimate journaling class for mature audiences and working professionals.
Saturday, Jan. 25 at Webster’s Café & Bookstore (1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.)
This class is open to all, with focus on well-being and intention setting.
Sunday, Jan. 26 at Graduate Hotel (11 a.m. – 1 p.m.)
A student-focused journaling class focused on mindfulness and self-care.
Not sure which class is for you?
Your ticket to one of Emily’s journaling sessions includes:
- 1.5 hours of guided instruction and intimate conversations
- Tips and tricks to help you put pen to paper
- Journals for you to keep and decorate
- The opportunity to relax and unwind at your chosen venue (Studio 1795, Webster’s or Graduate Hotel)
- Space and time to write and reflect in your journals
- Light snacks and refreshments
And most importantly, Emily’s classes provide “an opportunity to be part of a really amazing and ever-growing community.”
How do I sign up?
Visit https://linktr.ee/echertow online to RSVP and to find out more about the classes. If you have any questions reach out to Emily on social media or feel free to shoot her an email at email@example.com.
Whether you’re new to journaling or you’ve already made it a daily practice, we hope to see you there!