Take your meditation to new heights with this companion journal

The Meditation Sidekick Journal uses behavioral science to help you track your progress and reap the mental benefits of meditation.
The Meditation Sidekick Journal uses behavioral science to help you track your progress and reap the mental benefits of meditation.

There are plenty of meditation apps that have digitized the ancient practice that helps you return to center. Despite the convenience of these apps, most of them don’t explain the nuts and bolts of why meditation is good for you, and there’s there’s something about relying entirely on a digital device to keep tabs on your inner peace that feels off. Habit Nest’s Meditation Sidekick Journal is a hardcover companion to your spiritual journey that helps you stay on track for ultimate zen.

This journal is broken into three convenient sections with curated content like learning tools, inspiration, spaces to track the benefits you’re noticing and places to record your internal dialogue and actively improve it. You’ll be guided in seeing yourself through a new lens and shed old beliefs and habits about meditation to create a healthy new routine. There’s also external content on Habit Nest’s website for outside accountability and habit-specific quotes in each section for further inspiration. The journal is undated, so you can start whenever you’d like and keep going for 66 days — according to behavioral science, that’s the exact amount of time it takes to solidify a new routine.

This best-selling journal normally costs $37.77, but you can start reaping meditation’s benefits today for just $25.99.

 

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