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Am I making my choices out of love or fear?

If I was acting out of love instead of fear, how would my actions be different?

What is a current problem I have & how can I be creative about solving it?

Am I making decisions out of fear or missing out or am I making decisions out of love & respect for my body?

In 3 words, how would I describe the type of person you want to be?

What am I grateful for today?

What are 3 things I love about myself?

What areas of my life am I happiest with & why?

What areas of my life am I happiest with & why?

What is 1 small action I can make today to change that?

What’s one small ritual/routine I can add to my life to change the part of my life I’m least happy with?

3 people I am grateful for in my life are…

If I died today, would I be happy with my life and the type of person am I?

What is my biggest worry at the moment?

Can I control it?

If I can control it, what are 3 small actions I can take to help make it less stressful?

If I can’t, what can I say to myself every time I find myself worrying?

What’s one belief that is holding me back in life?

What can I say instead to replace this belief?

What’s one thing I can do for someone else today to show my appreciate for them?

Whats one thing I can do daily, to stop and give myself a 5 minute break?

If I had no obstacles or fear, what would I do with my life?

What’s 3 small moves I can make to start on that idea/career/purpose that I would do with my life?

Who are the important people in my life?

Am I giving them my full attention and being present when I speak to them?

Do I speak to myself the same way I speak to friends?

What’s one way I can give myself a personal reminder to show myself the same kindness & patience I would show my friends?

What are 3 things I’ve achieved that I’m really proud of?

What did I tell myself when I achieved those things?

 

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Which of these journal prompts do you think you would use? And how would you change these questions to suit you better?

Notes:

  1. Brown, Brené. Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead. Avery, 2015.
  2. Brown, Brené. Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead. Avery, 2015.
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