Busy mum Megan Wood doesn't have time to write about her feelings. But could a class in journalling bring gratitude to her hectic life?

We don't take time to stop, reflect and write down what is good about our day, writes Megan Wood. Photo / Supplied
We don't take time to stop, reflect and write down what is good about our day, writes Megan Wood. Photo / Supplied

The promise:

It was a foggy Saturday morning when I wandered down a back lane in Parnell, navigating my way along a narrow path littered with greenery to find a hidden glass door. If someone had led me there blindfolded and at that moment decided to illuminate things, I would have assumed I was standing outside someone's very stylish yet comfortable looking apartment, about to share a cup of tea with friends. In reality I was about to experience a

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