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My journal teaches me about myself.

Updated: Jan 1



As I sit down with my journal, I am filled with a sense of calm and peace.

Writing has become a powerful tool for me to develop self-knowledge and awareness. By taking the time to reflect on my life, I have found that I become happier and more productive.

As I write, I am able to gain deeper insights into the reasons for my actions. I am able to sort out my emotions and make sense of the jumbled mess that can sometimes reside within my mind.

Putting my feelings down on paper has been a powerful way to reduce confusion and bring clarity to my thoughts.

Meditating and journaling have become an integral part of my creative daily self-care practice.

I look forward to taking the time to reflect on my life and the world around me. It is through this practice that I am able to develop a more confident and holistic approach to my life.


I acknowledge my anger or sadness without letting them take over.

I treat myself with compassion while I take constructive action.

I reflect on how I arrived at where I am today.

I notice recurring patterns in my relationships and career.



I identify what I really want out of life.

My priorities become clear.

I revise my to-do list so I can focus on the things that really matter to me.

I figure out where to devote my time and energy.

I evaluate my progress and congratulate myself on my victories.

I reach out to others for support in areas where I am struggling.

I create my own healing process.

I come to terms with the past and forgive those who have disappointed me.

As I write about stressful experiences, my anxiety fades away.


I find solutions and alternatives.

I feel lighter and more energetic.

I celebrate my strengths.

I think about how I can leverage my skills as I focus on the projects that I want to work on.

I am confident that I can rise to any challenge.


As I sit down to write in my journal today, I am reminded of the power that this simple act holds.

It is a place where I can truly connect with my authentic self, free from judgment or external influence.

Pouring out my thoughts and feelings onto the page allows me to release any pent-up emotions and reflect on my experiences, helping me to relax, learn, and grow.

There is something mystical and almost magical about the act of journaling.

It feels like I am tapping into a deeper part of myself, one that is often overshadowed by the hustle and bustle of everyday life. As I write, I am able to gain a clearer perspective on my thoughts and emotions, and this in turn helps me to make better sense of the world around me.

Through this process of self-reflection, I am able to cultivate a more holistic and mindful approach to life. By taking the time to check in with myself regularly and explore my innermost thoughts and feelings, I am better equipped to navigate the ups and downs that come my way. And as I continue to write and grow, I know that my journal will always be there as a source of support and guidance, helping me to stay true to my most authentic self.

Self-Inquiry Questions:



1. Why is it important to know my own mind?

2. How would I describe my relationship with myself?

3. How can journaling help me to make a sound decision?



A little about me.....


I am Jodie, a Creative Self-Care and Mindset Coach.

Many of the women in my community were feeling overwhelmed, overworked, burnt out and stuck, they didn't know where to start or what the next step was. I am on a Mission to empower women using our Self-Coaching Method to create their own Step by Step Creative Daily Holistic Self-Care Practice with a Mindful Mindset so that they can feel aligned, confident and in flow to take the next steps to the life of their dreams and emotional freedom.



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