Journals Have Feelings Too

Journals have Feelings Too is for those who are ready to go on an inward journey. It is for anyone willing to find the answers from within. Not only is it a practical guide to journaling, it is an adventure into total self empowerment. Along the way you’ll be inspired and uplifted as you begin to tap into the essence of who you really are and what you can manifest.

You will feel fully encouraged and supported as you put your pen to the page.
Includes powerful prompts which:

  • Show you how to create a sacred space for journaling
  • Get you out of your head and into your heart
  • Help you get back into alignment with who you really are
  • Inspire you to commit to your dreams
  • And a whole lot more!

Written by an avid journaler who found her passion for journaling at age 14, Carrie shares how she used journaling to overcome her struggles with addictions and cutting and inspires readers to transform their chaos into absolute creativity.





“Masterpiece! Carrie has more wisdom than all the PhDs put together.”

-Regina Murphy, Sound Therapist


“Carrie Leigh Sandoval’s Journals Have Feelings Too moves the reader (and writer as this is a highly interactive experience) from the journal to a journey.  In the field of Education we have shown that the meta-cognitive process of journaling is a powerful tool in learning.  She shows us how journaling can be a powerful tool in the healing process as well.  

Using specific examples from her own struggles in life, Carrie makes quick connections to the reader and provides examples of the usefulness of journaling.  Her openness and willingness to share her experiences throughout Journals Have Feelings Too helps readers to see the direct results of the journaling practices she puts forward.  This concise writing leaves the reader with a surprisingly deep toolkit in a short period of time.

As workbook, and as well as narrative, Journals Have Feelings Too is an experience accessible to anyone who wants to get the most out of the process of writing for better wellbeing.  Carrie’s expressed interest in helping young people who are struggling with mental health rings true through the book but this is far from the full audience who will benefit from this book.

I am fond of the saying “If you want something different you have to do something different”.  If you’re looking for something different in this life and haven’t tried journaling (or perhaps you have but you’ve done it all on your own) this book is the perfect place to start.

-Glenn Moses, High School Principal 


“Your work is easy and delightful to read and yet it is full of insight and wisdom. Well done!

-Sandi Lee, Law of Attraction Coach