Join us on Tuesday, January 28 at 7:00pm in Dwight 101 at Mount Holyoke College for a book talk and panel discussion about CoJourn with Mount Holyoke College faculty, staff, and alumna. Come learn about an innovative framework for staying accountable to your goals, and building a closer relationship in your life!
This event is co-sponsored by Mount Holyoke College Division of Student Life. It is free and open to the public.
Are you having trouble achieving your goals? Are you struggling to find time for the things that really matter to you? Are you unsure of what actually does matter to you? In a world filled with seemingly endless demands and truly endless digital distractions, CoJourn is a path out of the wilderness. And best of all, it's a path you don't have to walk by yourself. CoJourn transforms the traditional model of self-help into "together-help," guiding you and your partner on a journey toward creating the lives you want.
CoJourn will help you:
- Start (and sustain ) a year-long partnership built on a shared desire to live life more fully.
- Slow down, tune in, and reflect weekly on your life's direction with someone invested in your success.
- Tap into the two major ways to increase well-being and happiness in life: working toward a goal and building a meaningful relationship.
With surprising insights, compelling research, and helpful tips, this book is a practical guide full of wisdom, compassion, and real-life stories from participants all over the world. CoJourn offers you a chance to live a less distracted, more connected life. And a more joyful one at that.
Molly Keehn, Co-Author of CoJourn and Visiting Faculty in Intergroup Dialogue
Angelica Castro, Assistant Director of Community Engagement, Weissman Center for Leadership
Ruby Maddox, Study Abroad Coordinator, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives and Internship Coordinator, Miller Worley Center for the Environment
Ryan Lewis, National Fellowships Advisor
Marisca Pichette, CoJourn Marketing Intern and Mount Holyoke College Alumna, 2019