(as of Jul 26,2021 17:14:39 UTC – Details)
Unlock joy and cultivate growth―guided journaling with practical self care strategies
Self care isn’t about escaping life’s problems―it can actually help you solve them. The Self Care Check-in is a guided journal packed with research-based techniques to help you manage stress, nurture your values and goals, and take steps toward concrete change. Equipped with these tools, you can open the door to a healthier, more fulfilling lifestyle.
Actionable journal prompts and inspiring quotes guide you through thoughtful reflection, goal-setting, decision-making, and active planning. Identify unhelpful behavioral patterns along with positive creative impulses and discover how to make constructive adjustments in your life. Commit to happiness by committing to self care!
The Self Care Check-in journal includes:
- 3 steps to self care―Each exercise begins with observation and awareness, focuses your intentions, and then guides you toward practical change.
- Creative space―Work your way from thoughts to action plans with a colorful, easy-to-use format that includes room to write.
- Everyday exercises―Every short one- or two-page exercise stands on its own, so you can flip through and find the perfect self care strategy for your needs in the moment.
Discover how even small, simple choices can cultivate greater joy and wellness with the Self Care Check-in journal.
From the Publisher
Explore self-care strategies for the whole you, including:
Body and Health
Reflect: We gain weight and lose weight. We get sick and we heal. We get older and our bodies change. In what ways do you show appreciation for your body and its resilience?
Focus: Notice the changes your body goes through without labeling them as good or bad. How can you better appreciate the miracle of your body?
Do: In the space provided, write a letter of appreciation to your body.
Work and Goals
Reflect: Does the work you do at your job or at school make you feel like you are fulfilling your unique purpose in life?
Focus: Instead of looking for a specific passion, follow your curiosity. How can you connect what you do now with something you love?
Do: What are you good at? What do you enjoy learning about? What’s one way that you can dive deeper into something that interests you at work or at school?
Creativity and Spirit
Reflect: Have you ever given up on an idea before you could fully develop it? Perhaps you felt inspired to write a cookbook or start a blog. What happened?
Focus: Remember where the idea came from and how it felt when it came to you. Remember why you were excited about it. What would it be like to channel that energy once again?
Do: Start fresh. Write down the new thoughts that come to you about this idea. Do some research and take notes.