Millennials are mindfully building their way to stronger minds
- August 24, 2020
A New smart guided mindfulness journal and emotional fitness trainer app helps you enjoy the benefits of feeling inspired, energized and more joyful.
Los Angeles start-up Boom, launched a guided mindfulness journal and emotional fitness trainer app.
With 7 in 10 millennials already suffering from stress before the coronavirus, Boom mainstream approach to manage stress incorporates guided mindful journaling into our daily routines.
The app is built to make the experience simple and interactive, with strict encryption standards to offer full privacy. The app user will tap a response with guided questions. With written journaling clinically linked to improved mental and emotional health, and the global notepaper market expected to grow $18.8bn from 2020-2024, diary recording’s increasing popularity looks certain.
Millennials aren’t the only group that can benefit – 73% of tech professionals of all ages from top companies report to being stressed out. The app also comes with an emotional well-being tracker using artificial intelligence.
“We [millennials] have been talking about journaling and training our body for a long time, but oftentimes we quit after a few attempts because it is difficult to fit it in our schedule. Capturing and saving our bright life updates on our smartphones is a much simpler and more interactive experience. We’ve been sending capturing and saving via Instagram for a while now, so now we get to keep a record of our feelings and activities. I love seeing entrepreneurs, creatives, athletes, and makers amongst our early adopters.” – Matt West, Boom’s founder and host of the podcast Brain Boom.
With 50% of millennials have quit their jobs last year due to mental and emotional health reasons, as a millennial that struggled with managing stress, I am more motivated to discover ways to reduce less and boost our level of productivity and joy. Psychologist and Boom’s founder Matt West said “My passion for understanding what drives people to take action stemmed from high school, bridging the connection to discovering ways to help others, it wasn’t until stress had a major impact on his life that led to him using mindfulness to strengthen his emotional muscle. With his passion to help others, he developed an approach to making emotional and mental well-being simple, interactive, and an effective way to manage stress. Boom is also focused on establishing partnerships with public and charter schools to make sure the app reaches the younger generations.
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