Journaling is a powerful tool on its own, but when combined with tracking capability it can give you twice as much information for developing insight. Maple has two great tracker and journal combination packages, one for tracking sleep and one for keeping tabs on your stress.
What You Already Have
The personal Journal comes with unlimited entry size, adjustable entry date (to enter days you might have missed or to transfer information from another source) and all of the Organizer features (Categories, Sub-categories and Tags). You can easily determine the number of entries you’ve made to a journal, which allows you to use different options in the Goals feature for Journaling as well. The personal Journal is also part of the Thought Partner feature allowing you to share certain entries with other trusted Maple users, like a therapist, coach, colleague or close friend.
Your Maple Upgrade: Sleep Soundly Duo
The Sleep Soundly Duo unlocks a Sleep/Dream Journal and enables the Sleep Tracker functionality. Track the duration, number of disruptions, and quality of sleep with optional fields to record how you are feeling before and after and space to add notes. You get two different views of the information you track, so you can quickly see patterns or trends.
The Sleep/Dream Journal is also linked to the Sleep Tracker, which means once you’re done tracking the details of your sleep you can easily record additional details about your sleep or document your dreams. This is a powerful tool when you are looking for what might cause a sleep disruption or when you sleep soundly.
Note: Because the journal and tracker are linked, the Sleep/Dream Journal cannot be renamed.
This is a subscription unlock, which means that it is available to you as long as the subscription is active, across all your devices.
Your Maple Upgrade: Stress Monitoring Package
With the Stress Monitoring Package you get a Stress Journal and the Stress Tracker capability. Track the level of stress, create personal stress triggers that contribute to your level of stress, capture notes on the circumstances and what actions helped to alleviate your stress. You get two different views of your Stress Tracker to easily identify trends and periods of prolonged stress.
When you have more to say, the Stress Journal is linked to the Stress Tracker, which is particularly useful in monitoring sources of stress you identify in the tracker, and venting about or documenting the things that trigger your unease.
Note: Because the journal and tracker are linked the Stress Journal cannot be renamed.
This is a subscription unlock, which means that it is available to you as long as the subscription is active, on any device.
Ready to start Tracking? Go to the Maple Store to begin a free trial and your subscription.