Samantha Kozuch, creator of The Maniscripting Journal, shares four ways that journaling can help you to be more calm, mindful and resilient.

Samantha Kozuch reminisces on her 26-year-old self. She recollects the moment she knew she had to go all-in on her vision for creating the ultimate journaling innovation. “I had a traumatic experience happen to me because I ignored my intuition for months and months,” she says in her website bio. “This was my mega ‘wake-up call.’” Though she admits this was never meant to be the direction for her life. “Launching The Maniscripting Journal was never part of my logical life plan. But my intuition whispered to me, and I had learned many lessons over the years to not ignore the whispers.”

She credits learning about manifestation and the law of attraction to her obsession with creating her own reality. “I created my own daily routine and ritual practice that helped me move and pick up my entire life and move to another state literally on hopes and dreams.” In spite of a lack of support from her family, Kozuch wouldn’t be deterred from fulfilling her own destiny and taking her life back into her own hands. “What got me through the fear, panic and doubt was the daily Maniscripting ritual that I had created for myself,” she recalls in her bio. “It kept me aligned, focused and in a high vibration that helped me manifest the perfect apartment, friends, jobs/income, car and so much more!”

As with everyone in the world, a major turning point for her was at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and the worldwide lockdowns. “When I saw my personal community going through the trauma of losing jobs, schools closing, lives turning upside down in a blink of an eye…my intuition started whispering to me again.”


She began sharing her Mansicripting ritual with other women around her and started a cultural phenomenon that she couldn’t have even predicted. Thus The Maniscripting Journal was born, eventually transforming into a viral multimillion-dollar brand known for its manifestation life design journal and cult following on social media. With over 100,000 dedicated followers across various social media networks, Kozuch has built a thriving community of like-minded individuals seeking to unleash their inner power and achieve their true potential. Beyond her self-development and mindset coach role, she hosts the Money, Mindset, and Manicures podcast, touching hearts with her wisdom and insights.

Samantha Kozuch’s vision, passion and dedication have set her apart as a prominent thought leader in the field of self-development and manifestation. She shares four ways in which her innovative perspective on journaling can help bring some clarity to how you achieve your goals. “You’re not here by accident. Your higher self is calling you to go through the process.”

Helps to release pent-up emotions

Writing down your thoughts and feelings can be a therapeutic experience that can help you release pent-up emotions. It can help you process your emotions, make sense of them and let them go.

Promotes mindfulness

Journaling can be a mindfulness practice that helps you stay present in the moment. As you write, you can focus on the physical sensations of holding the pen, the sound of the pen scratching against the paper and the words flowing from your mind onto the page.

Builds resilience

Journaling can help you build resilience by providing a safe space to explore and process difficult emotions and experiences. It can help you develop coping mechanisms and a positive outlook.

Helps to identify patterns

Journaling can help you identify patterns in your behavior, emotions and thoughts. This can help you recognize areas where you may need to make changes or seek additional support.



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