The Minute Journal: What it’s All About

I’m very fortunate to be able to work with the team at The Minute Journal and collaborate with them on their content creation and marketing efforts. If you’re interested in learning more about The Minute Journal, this press release describes what it’s all about.


In a fast-paced world where depression and anxiety are too common, it is of utmost importance for people to access products and services designed to help them improve their mental health and overall wellbeing. The team at The Minute Journal is doing just that with the recent launch of their new app; The Minute Journal. Their mission is to help users improve mental clarity, their mood; set and prioritize daily, weekly, and yearly goals, and follow through with them.

The Minute Journal app integrates into workflow on a laptop or tablet whenever users open a new tab on Google Chrome.

In addition to goal-setting, the blank canvas-style journal gives users an ability to do the following:

  • Create a daily to-do list
  • Integrate photos and videos in journal entries
  • Set weekly, monthly, and yearly goals
  • Express gratitude
  • Write down anything that comes to mind

“Ever since I started using The Minute Journal, my mood has improved significantly. Starting off your day on the right foot and in a positive mindset has made me more successful in achieving my personal and academic goals,” wrote Sabo Masties, a university student.

“I’ve tried multiple physical journals but would end up getting frustrated at how complicated they were and would give up. The Minute Journal has saved me time, money (no more buying journals every month!), and has improved my mental health,” mentioned Greg Alsas, a startup founder.

The Minute Journal also includes Flow State, a publication that features inspirational and motivational stories geared towards helping users get into their flow and improve their mental health; two things that are crucial to success.

The Minute Journal can be accessed at

Pricing is as follows: $39.99 annually or $4.95 per month and includes access to the Flow State publication.

The Minute Journal is currently available only in Google Chrome. However, it is expected to be released on Apple sometime in the Fall 2022.

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