I help people to use creativity in their journaling practice so they can feel less alone along the way to improving their mental health.


Meet Errin

Errin fell into her love of art when she embarked on her journey to recovery from Binge Eating Disorder. She has often been described by friends and peers as driven, passionate, helpful, creative and thoughtful. She has learned, through treatment, how to use those attributes to begin to heal, with the help of her recovery team.

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The Recovery Reflections


Coming to stores Spring 2019!


Who is the journal for?

• those recovering from eating disorders

• those recovering from addiction

• those recovering from PTSD

• anyone to develop a daily journaling habit

FREE Creative Journaling



Your Field Guide to Creative Journaling

Journaling consistently is sometimes a challenge.

Errin offers a FREE Journaling Support Program that provides you a downloadable workbook and email support for a full month to help you with developing your practice.



It can be easy to get swept up in comparing your own successes to what you perceive to be the successes of others, especially in today’s age of social media. Writing down your own achievements every day enables you to be aware of your own progress without the pressures of measuring yourself against anyone else.


Creativity is often squashed early on in our development. It’s rarely celebrated in our society, primarily because it can’t be measured or judged leaving us unable to place a value on it. However, in times when emotions are heightened, many of us will experience difficulties with expressing ourselves using words. Being able to freely create with drawing, painting, or using colours, can make it possible to translate some of those emotions from our minds onto paper.


Being mindful every day of the things and people that enrich your day to day life is a powerful tool. Recording your gratitudes regularly will give you a shift in perspective from noting the negative experiences to paying more attention to the positive ones.


Whether you are recovering from mental illness or addiction, or you are actively engaged in focusing on changing the things that you have the power to change, noting your intentions each day is a wonderful way to live life in the moment. By focusing on the things that you do each day to make change in your life, you foster a sense of purpose and appreciation for your abilities.


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My first publishing project was brought to life with the support of a small army of backers who believe in my vision as much as I do.


Tier 1 Backers are Receiving

When you're excited about the book and can't wait to get your hands on one.

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Shipping included in pledge amount


  • Love and Appreciation

  • 5" x 7" print of an illustration from the book, signed

  • Recovery Reflections Journal



Tier 3 Backers are Receiving

When you know you're not the only one who will love the book, so you need to get yourself 2 copies and share.

Ships Worldwide. 
Shipping included in pledge amount.


  • Love and Appreciation

  •  Recovery Reflections Journal

  • 8" x 10" illustration print from the book, signed



Tier 4 backers are Receiving

When you need to have a couple copies of the book and you also have the perfect spot on your wall for a custom monogram art piece to remind yourself that you have support - always.

Ships Worldwide 
Shipping included in pledge amount


  •  Love and Appreciation

  •  Recovery Reflections Journal

  • 8" x 10" illustration print from the book, signed

  • 5" x 7" Custom Hand-lettered Monogram Wall Art (by Errin)


december 2018

I don’t know about you, but for 2019, I want to welcome more self-compassion into my life.

Good riddance self-judgment and shame.

My lovely Friend, Errin, created a tool that will help you welcome more self-compassion into your everyday life in the cutest way possible. Seriously - check it out. SO stinking adorable.

– Rachel St. Germain

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Errin's thoughts on the practice of journaling in recovery have been shared

on several Eating Disorder Recovery websites.

National Eating Disorder Association

In this article, Errin explains how learning what journaling can do to help her in her recovery helped her to open her mind to the idea that creativity, in whatever form feels right, should be the focus of a healthy journaling practice.


REcovery Warriors

A few thoughts about how Errin used her journaling and creativity to challenge the limiting beliefs that enabled her eating disorder to remain in control of her decisions.

Project Heal

Errin talks about how opening herself up to creativity allowed her to develop a journaling practice that has offered her a comfortable way to reflect on the ideas and thoughts that she faces as she works toward recovery.