Read and answer questions from Prompts: Part 1 first. Are there specific ways you could prioritize your to-do lists?What’s your life’s motto or philosophy? Are you currently living by it?What can you get rid of in your life to free up more time or energy?What have you accomplished in the last month that makes you proud?In what ways are you holding yourself back? Name one … [Read more...] about Prompts: Part 2
Why start a journal practice when you do not have the time? I know you are busy and feel you do not need another thing on your to-do list. There are many ways to find the time. Do you watch TV or surf the net? Cut back 15 minutes and journal with me instead. Even journaling a few minutes here and there will work. You will reap the benefits. You don’t need … [Read more...] about Starting a Journal Practice
“How do I get unstuck?” you may ask. This is not a simple process. It is possible, but it will take time and hard work on your part. My go-to method for getting unstuck is journaling. Below are 5 questions to ponder. If you could ask the Universe for anything, what would it be?What do you want to learn more about?What’s an important lesson you learned … [Read more...] about Prompts: Part 1
You may ask why you should choose your values and meaningful goals. There is a 3rd wave therapy called ACT ( Acceptance Commitment Therapy). Their biggest focus is accepting and defusing your thoughts and feelings, then living your life and creating goals based on your core values. Personally this is my favorite of the self-help therapies that are out there. I … [Read more...] about What Are Your Values?
Journaling can be both fun and a lot of work. You don’t have to journal every day unless you are doing morning pages (writing 2 to 3 pages a day.) Even if you miss a day here and there, it will not be a problem. I believe journaling should not have rules unless you make them up yourself. Even if you choose to make up rules, realize you can break them anytime you … [Read more...] about Journaling Action Steps