The Digital Mindfulness Journal + Mini Sleep Kit OTO
The data-based journal you’ll actually use.
The Digital Mindfulness Journal + Mini Sleep Kit OTO’s a spreadsheet-based tool that will help you sleep better, using behavioural science and psychology to help build habits that last.
Unlock your best self in just six minutes a day.
So we’ve taken the best parts of paper journals, and recreated them in a super-simple digital tool. One that will help you:
- Take control of your focus
- Manage your mood
- Boost your productivity
- Sleep better, and live a healthier life
- And the best part?
It only takes six minutes a day!
It’s called the Digital Mindfulness Journal. And we think you’re going to like it…
A guided ‘digital journal’ that helped me become the best version of myself
01. Stop procrastinating, achieve peak productivity – and hit those goals
Procrastination is our way of avoiding emotions we don’t want to deal with. Understanding how you’re feeling, and why, will turn the tide for you.
02. Live a less stressful life
Stress often shows its face when you’ve got too many thoughts racing around your head – and you feel you can’t track them all. That ends here.
03. Manage your emotions through increased self-awareness
Sometimes, by the time you realise you’re in a bad mood, it’s too late – you’ve already taken it out on someone! Understand what makes you tick, and spot the signs before they intrude on your life.
04. Get better sleep – and enjoy stronger mornings
A clear mind leads to a restful evening. And as most of us know, there are few problems in life that can’t be solved with a good night’s sleep…
05. Build stronger relationships, and live a happier life
Connect the small things to the bigger picture. Know what makes you happy, and what doesn’t. You’ll relate better to others – and be all the happier for it.
This tool does the work for you. Here’s how.
It’s powerful – but it only takes six minutes a day to use to its full potential
Log the things you hope to achieve for the day, reflect on your goals from the previous evening, and use a simple dropdown menu to check in with how you’re feeling.
Check in with the goals you set that morning to see how you got on – and if you like, mark your progress with the dropdowns. Measure your mood, and think about what you’re grateful for to end the day on a high!
Got some thoughts you need to spill? This is an easy, secure place to do it – an old-fashioned diary that travels everywhere with you!
What were the factors that affect your happiness, mood and productivity on a given day? We’ve suggested the most common ones – weather, food, work and interactions – but you can choose your own, then rate them out of five each day to form a picture of what affects you.
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