Add to Cart You are not “lost.” You are right here, right now, inside your own skin. A life you love. #3 Imagine that you entered a time machine and was transported to 2 years in the future, describe what your perfect day looks like over there? Finding yourself journal #13 What is your favorite movie, and why? When I am not poring over quotes, I love to bake and play with my adorable pit bull, Max. #20 Describe how you would live if you weren’t afraid of what people think about you: #21 What is keeping you from living that way? $16.00. Does this bring good things or bad things in my life? It’s the key to our self-discovery. #10 Describe the ONE THING that, if it happens, would make your life 100% better. In any case, it’s cheaper than therapy. Now, let me know in the comments, the answer to question #5: What is the most fantastic thing about your life right now? Qty. You can find me in coffee shops working on my business while researching on Pinterest what to make for dinner. If you feel like writing more, go for it! (Though therapy is good, too.) You aren't a ten-dollar bill in last winter's coat pocket. (Though therapy is good, too.) #16 Which habits do you currently have, even though you know they are not suitable for you? #18 When you were a child, whose love did you crave the most: your mom or dad? These journal entries are designed to help you begin the process of finding yourself again and discovering how your likes and dislikes may have changed in this new phase of your life. #1 What are 5 things that you do really well? You will have a clearer mind, while looking and feeling better, and the combination of will provide the groundwork for moving forward and making positive steps towards finding yourself. #17 Which habits do you currently have, that make you feel good? You are also not lost. Required fields are marked *. Journal writing is way more than just writing about how your day went. Your email address will not be published. #14 Who is the most important person in your life right now? You are not “lost.” You are right here, right now, inside your own skin. I created this blog to share everything I have been learning about what it takes to create a life where you feel happy, balanced, and successful. Finding yourself may sound like an inherently self-centered goal, but it is actually an unselfish process that is at the root of everything we do in life. #8 What kind of thing would you’d be happy to do absolutely every day, even if you were not paid for it? A great first step towards finding yourself is to list out all of the most impactful moments of your life. You should feel free to focus 100% on yourself on this page. *Free shipping offer valid on orders that meet minimum purchase requirement after discounts are applied. #12 What is your favorite self-care activity? “Finding Yourself” is not really how it works. I like it! Let the answers to those finding yourself journal prompts become your initial steps to find yourself. #14 Who is the most important person in your life right now? Fun fact: The words on the cover started out as an Instagram post by Emily that got shared over a million times! Plus it’s got pretty colors on the cover like a sunrise or sunset—whichever makes you feel more powerful and happy. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Excludes customers shipping to HI, AK, or outside the US. Maybe this journal can help remind you about that. SKU: 2-02684. Let’s dive! 8 Unique Activities to Boost Your Confidence, Life After Quarantine and Self Isolation: A Beginner’s Guide, 38 Morning Positive Affirmations That Work Like Magic, The Ten Best Inspirational Podcasts for Women, 92 Powerful (yet simple to follow) New Year Resolution Ideas, Movies to Get Over a Breakup Fast: TOP 10 on Netflix, My 5-STEP Night Routine for a Productive Day. In any case, it’s cheaper than therapy. 52 Weeks of Self-Discovery Prompts for Your Bullet Journal #16 Which habits do you currently have, even though you know they are not suitable for you? It’s a tool we use to reflect on your past actions, opinions, thoughts and mindfulness. Your true self is right there, buried under cultural conditioning, other people’s opinions, and inaccurate conclusions you drew as a kid that became your beliefs about who you are. Analyze this belief and honestly ask yourself: Does this serve me? (Though therapy is good, too.) Finding Yourself Journal. Use the new information you have with love, care, and grace. * Psychologists believe that the answer to that question undercover your most significant belief about how life works and who you must be to be happy, loved, and successful. #11 What do you most admire about your personality? No tasks, no reminders, no obligations to other people. Maybe this journal can help remind you about that. Hey!