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This is what I use to journal daily. It helps me to check in with my body and reminds me that I almost always have something that I'm looking forward to doing.
"Things I could do" is a list of things that you may want to do today but might not get around to. They can always be transferred to tomorrows journal list.
Example journal answer:
Looking forward to:
-Making tiktoks, seeing friends, explore self and authenticity in journalling. Watching greys, maybe going to coffee shop, going down research rabbit hole,
Trying out new yoga
1-3 highlights that I really want to do:
-research rabbit hole
Extras I could do if I feel like it: (can always write these down for the next day)
-work at coffee shop
-make a worksheet
-explore self in journalling
-brainstorm blog ideas to help cptsd/trauma, adhd and anxiety
What colours am I drawn to today?
-blues and greens (because to me they symbolise harmony, creativity, authenticity, being grounded)
How does my body feel? What does it need?
-restless, I might exercise later
-back is a bit sore, could stretch
-otherwise pretty good
-don’t think I feel anxious
-feel content and excited about the random things I want to do and hyper focus on today
What am I grateful for?
-the free time to go down research rabbit holes and journal
-to have fun on tiktok
-to have friends that are loving and caring
-to connect with friends
-my cat cuddles
What did I enjoy?
-being with friends
What made me feel better
-exercise - even though I don't enjoy it it does actually help
-cuddling my cat
-talking to friends
Did I have fun?
How could I make tomorrow more fun?
-less pressure on myself to be productive and get things done, go with the flow and enjoy the process. Argue back at my inner critic.
What am I proud of?
-wrote blog posts - getting over fear of perfectionism
-made worksheet, its fun and creative to do, and hopefully will help people
-that I went with the flow