Silk + Sonder: The subscription-based mental wellness journaling experience you need to know about

Silk + Sonder are the subscription-based mental wellness journaling experience for the modern woman that makes daily self-care easy and fun. Offering an all-in-one system rooted in positive psychology, mindfulness, cognitive therapy and bullet-point journaling that’s personalised, accessible and actionable.

Credit: Silk + Sonder Website

The coronavirus pandemic has been an extremely stressful and emotionally taxing time for all of us, Silk + Sonder have found that journaling can reduce stress, improve immune function, keep memory sharp, boost your mood and strengthen emotional functions.

As a brand rooted in the self-care community, they have worked hard to make sure their journals are a respite for the difficult realities of living through a global pandemic.

The pen to paper journalling brand was created by Meha Agrawal, an alum of Goldman Sachs, The Muse and Stitch Fix, became immersed in the world of technology, consumer products, and entrepreneurship leading her to launch her own startup Silk + Sonder.

As part of the mental wellness adjective, journals are delivered to doorsteps monthly to sustain excitement around reflection and planning — enabling individuals to regularly recommit to their goals.

More than 400 Silk + Sonder customers surveyed (88.5%) said their journals have helped reduce stress and maintain their mental health during the pandemic, while a further 87% said journaling helped them feel more relaxed in their everyday life.

Monthly subscriptions starts at $19.95 with free shipping on all orders, however the company only currently ships within the US.

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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