In many Asian traditions, 21 days is considered a spiritually significant time period. Ancient sacred texts often describe the transformation of spiritual figures through 21 days of ascetic discipline. Some experts tell us that it takes at least 21 days to create a new habit because of the time required for new neural connections to form in the brain. This inherent brain plasticity is the key to our ability to change ourselves and our lives. Is there something about yourself that you feel less than satisfied with? This journal will help you go through your own transformation, one day at a time. Journaling helps you clarify your thoughts and feelings, and formulate a new understanding of yourself. The 21-Day Journal guides you in this self-development process, helping you set a goal and a course of action. It gives you the space to record not only your thoughts and emotions, but your plans and evaluations of your progress. Learn how to closely watch yourself and learn from your own experience through the lens this journal provides.