Self-Awareness: A Journal

November 11, 2019 - Comment

Self-Awareness: A Journal brings together key aspects of a variety of self-help techniques in one simple 30-day journal. It’s broken down into morning and evening sections for each day which will quickly guide you to get your thoughts and feelings out on paper. It’s intended to help you become more self-aware so you can uncover

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Self-Awareness: A Journal brings together key aspects of a variety of self-help techniques in one simple 30-day journal. It’s broken down into morning and evening sections for each day which will quickly guide you to get your thoughts and feelings out on paper. It’s intended to help you become more self-aware so you can uncover the changes you’re ready to make to better your life.

These sections include:
-dream journal
-gratitude practice
-intention setting
-positive affirmations
-daily rituals (morning & evening)
-daily goals
-body awareness
-daily intake tracker (including water & exercise)
-daily vice tracker (including alcohol, television/screen time, and a third blank space for your custom option)
-daily spending
-daily accomplishments
-standard journal space

It might sound like a lot, but with 2 pages for the morning and 2 pages in the evening, the journal is broken down into manageable bites. After a while, you’ll begin to naturally make connections between your eating habits, sleep, mood, stressors, body, dreams, intake, etc. The goal is to help you to see your own patterns so you can make the decision of how to address them.

You can revisit this journal as often & as consistently as you like and you will find it will help you uncover more and more about yourself and your being.

It is an especially helpful tool for those who:
-don’t usually journal
-have many unfinished journals/problems with consistency
-feel stuck
-feel overwhelmed/don’t know where to begin
-are ready to make self-improvements
-are interested in developing a better connection with their mind, body, spirit
-are ready to be honest with themselves
-know their life needs to change

Please note: This is not medical, mental health, financial, religious, or legal advice. This journal does not go into depth about each of the self-help techniques that are listed above but does give a quick guide. Should you be more interested in exploring any section further, there are plenty of resources. It also does not give you a guide to make changes, only to become aware of where you’re at. You take the steps from there.

About the Author, Meredith Lynch-
Meredith has spent the majority of her life on some kind of self-improvement journey. Unfortunately, all the tips and techniques were hard to implement in a consistent way and very often she’d fall off the wagon. Too consumed by normal life, days turn into weeks and months and no progress would be made. Ultimately, she developed this journal as a way to bring some of the techniques she’d learned together so she could build a more consistent practice. After years of handwriting the journal and making drastic changes to her own way of being, Meredith is sharing this tool with others in the hope that it will bring clarity, strength and greater self-awareness to all who use it.

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