What we do.
We believe that everyone can journal, and our mission is to make the journaling process accessible. We make journals and journaling prompts that challenge people to think more deeply about who they are, and how they want to show up for the world. It doesn’t matter if you ‘can’t’ spell. If you’re ‘bad’ with words. If you don’t know what to say. If you can think, you can journal.
So far, our tools include the Book of Books, the Write Your Mind Journal, and the Reframe and Introspect Journaling Decks. These tools will bring you closer to yourself, and provide you with safety and security in your inner world. If you have this inner calm, it doesn’t matter what’s going on outside.
Who we are
At Archley’s, we believe that getting to know oneself is a life-long process. The relationship that we have with ourselves dictates our quality of life. Our passion is creating tools that will help you to make the space necessary for this relationship to grow.
We believe that journaling is one of the best tools people can use to improve their mental health. Our goal is to make the process of self-reflection and exploration as accessible and judgment-free as possible. After all, everyone can journal - but so many people feel intimidated by the idea of putting pen to paper. Journaling is a tool for self-reflection, discovery and resilience. It’s a tool for getting the most out of every moment you experience, every challenge you encounter, every book you read and every film you see.
With the pressures of the fast-paced modern world, taking care of our inner environment is more important that ever. In a time when we are often distracted by relationships with other people (especially in the online space), it is essential that we nurture our most important relationship - the one we have with ourselves.
Jess Leondiou | Founder
Jess's journal has been her companion since she was 11 years old. Her curiosity about what makes people tick led her to travel the world, immersing herself in the different cultures of the human experience. Jess loves asking questions, and through her other business Butter Collective, she has made a living out of helping brands explore their identity and make deeper connections with their audience.
Archley's was born as a way for Jess to explore a deeper relationship with her own thoughts and to help others embrace the sense of curiosity and and acceptance that comes with honest reflection.
Jess runs journaling workshops in Australia. These are perfect for businesses thatwould like to level up the emotional intelligence of theier teams. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to enquire about a workshop at your workplace or event.