Do you love the idea of journaling?
Do you find yourself daydreaming about quiet, slow mornings filled with warm cups of coffee and peaceful reflection?
Alternatively, do you cherish the idea of “turning in early” so you can spend the last part of your day practicing gratitude and contemplating the joys of your last 24 hours?
I know I do.
But I also know the reality of most people’s busy days.
31 Journal Prompts for Busy Women
I know the chaos of the morning rush.
I know the crazy demands placed on our precious hours each day.
And I realize that those slow mornings and contemplative evenings are often the first things to get pushed aside when things get hectic.
But today I’m here to challenge that mindset.
I’m here to suggest that taking just 5-10 minutes to practice daily reflection can make a significant impact on helping you clear your mind, quiet your racing thoughts, and find a sense of calm amidst the chaos of your day.
In fact, I believe that if you journaled for just 5-10 minutes every day for the next 31 days, you would feel more calm, collected, and ready to take on whatever the day brings you.
And don’t just take my word for it; a study at the University of Rochester recently found that regular journaling not only helps us manage anxiety and reduce stress, it also helps us prioritize our problems and concerns, provides opportunities for deep reflection, and helps us identify negative thoughts and behaviors that might otherwise go unnoticed.
In short, “keeping a journal helps you create order when your world feels like it’s in chaos.”
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So tell me, friend; are you up for the challenge?
Then grab this free 31-day journal filled with prompts for busy women like you. Set aside 5-10 minutes each day for quiet reflection, and start watching your mindset transform from one of busy chaos to calm confidence.
What have you got to lose?
Not sure how you can possibly fit 5 minutes into your schedule? Check out my latest post to uncover more time in your day here!
Do you journal regularly? Do you practice daily gratitude? Why or why not? Let me know below!