“How are you? Like really, how are you?” asks Zenit founder Alina Liao, in this video that invites journalers everywhere to take a mini-retreat right in the comfort of their home.
“When we’re constantly dealing with multiple demands, constantly doing things and worrying, it can be hard to check in with ourselves and restore our energy,” she knows. “And we can get used to running on fumes. But at some point we gotta ask, do I really want to keep living this way? You deserve to take care of yourself and protect your energy.”
Of course, you can journal anytime with the help of her beautiful, personalized journals (check those out here).
But if you don’t want to go on the journey alone, Alina’s wellness journaling mini-retreats provide guided self-care journaling activities, wellness lessons, and community that make it easier to build wellness into your daily life.
Click here to enter: retreats.zenitjournals.com
And click here to read more about Alina, our cover girl in the January-February 2022 issue of Inkandescent Women magazine!
About Alina: A proud daughter of immigrants and a resident of Washington, DC, Alina is the founder and CEO of the radical wellness company Zenit, Alina is on a mission to make wellness accessible to everyone. Having struggled with mental health challenges and the belief that “wellness isn’t for me,” Alina is working towards a world where we can all feel pride and joy in taking care of our well-being, especially in communities of color. With Zenit, Alina makes customized journals and provides journaling workshops that make it easier for people to gain the mental wellness benefits of journaling. Alina has a background in trauma-informed, culturally responsive mental health coaching. She has over a decade of experience building teams and programs that have advanced the wellness of employees, customers, and communities. Alina is an avid practitioner and kids program teacher of capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art outside work. Find your next journal: zenitjournals.com.