Feeling all in is a feeling.

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Feeling Wheel Tracking Tool

To help individuals become attuned to their emotions, we created Feeling All In. With Feeling All In you can identify, understand, and manage your emotions. By logging your feelings throughout the day in a simple one-question survey, you will be able to gain deeper insights about yourself and how you are feeling. Our goal is to help people make better decisions about themselves and how they feel.

Get a bird’s-eye view of your emotions

A new era of people are tracking their emotions? Feeling All In is a simple tool that lets anybody log the moods they are feeling during each day. The site helps you improve your self-awareness by helping you understand how certain events trigger different feelings in you.

The company introduced this idea of tracking your feelings with the development of an easy-to-use Feelings Wheel Tracking tool for free! Find out how it works by logging into their website for free!

It’s easy to get a bird’s-eye view of your emotions. In fact, it takes just three steps:

  1. Identify
  2. Log
  3. Visualize


Feeling All In is a feeling.

Now, thanks to the Feeling All In website, you can do all three in one fell swoop. Reviewing your logged mood entries help you identify trends in your feelings throughout the day, as well as throughout the week and month.

To get started, think about a real-life situation that makes you feel a certain way. For example, you might be happy because your best friend just announced her pregnancy, or maybe you are sad that you didn’t get into your top choice college. Log the situation with the emotion. Write any notes or memories related to your feeling.

Here’s how I did it when I saw my own data: (i.e., “When I felt frustrated for 10 minutes during that meeting yesterday I got less done than I would have liked. Next time I’ll take a quick break in between tasks or check out an inspiring TED Talk.

Becoming more self-aware.

As a Feelings Keeper, you now have a basic tool to start identifying, logging and sorting through your feelings. There are so many different kinds of feelings — the next time you feel a new one surfacing, I encourage you to ask yourself: What kind of feeling is this? And start tracking it.

By continuing to log your feelings regularly (we recommend at least once or twice per day), you will build a valuable record of your emotions. The more frequently you log your feelings, the more accurate a record of your emotional life you’ll build up.

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The power of identifying your feelings.

If, when in therapy, you hear yourself say things like, “I don’t know how I feel,” or “I didn’t even know there was something wrong.” And when you don’t know how you feel, it is impossible to take appropriate action to change your situation. The feelings wheel becomes a potent tool in moments like these because it helps you identify your emotions and then understand what you need to do to process them. When you can call up the present feelings, you can process them and then move on.

The feelings we pay attention to, and the ones we don’t, dramatically shape our affective experience. When it comes to our emotions, the subject of our attention completely determines the quality of our experience. We all know this is true when it comes to negative emotions. But did you know that it’s also true for positive ones?

What we focus on— what we pay attention to—directly impacts our long-term affective well-being.

By selectively paying attention to positive stimuli, we can enhance our capacity to experience positive feelings more frequently and more intensely.

You don’t need to be an expert to start noticing patterns. In fact, it can be easy to see a connection between your mood and what’s happening around you, if you just give it a little attention. By logging your feelings and connecting with what is happening in your environment, you may notice trends you were not aware of before.


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