HOW THIS TOOL CAN HELP YOU
The way to start loving yourself begins with an understanding of who you are.
Are you used to thinking negative about yourself, suffer from an impostor syndrome or just never feel good enough? You will never learn to love yourself if you keep shying away from the all the things about yourself!
This printable self discovery journal will help you see both brighter and darker sides of you so you can accept, embrace and start being proud of the REAL YOU, the way you are.
With this journal you can:
○ Journal your way to more confidence and self love through 30 days of guided journaling prompts.
○ Decide on important things like your values and rules.
○ Learn to accept yourself the way you are.
How to fall in love with yourself using this journal
Print and start with day one. Each day features a new writing prompt with an explanation. Start writing and try to not be judgemental. Remember – you’re trying to create a new, loving relationship with yourself.
Sometimes the prompt may not feel very pleasant at first, but you will feel better after writing. Your personality is like a painting – there are some brighter and some darker shades. They all form a beautiful painting, but you can’t see the beauty of it if you only look at particular shades.
After you finish your journey, spend the last day on reflection (there’s a page for that too). How do you feel after this journey? What new feelings have you developed? Do you feel stronger, more confident and complete? Are you going to treat yourself differently from now on?
I created this journal after my own self discovery journey. I was amazed by the way my confidence and self acceptance increased when I simply spent a little time getting to know myself.
Our lives are so fast and filled with tasks, chores, events, problems… We rush, we make hasty decisions, we fail, we let ourselves get burnt out and then desperately seek retreats and other ways to restore our mental health. But sometimes, all you need is just a simple self love journey – like the one in this journal. Try it yourself!