Self-love journalling helps you become more self-aware and unravels ways you can be content and happy more often. Journalling, in general, helps improve your mood and it prioritises fears, concerns and problems but also, gratitude, acceptance and self-love.
- What is your best personality trait?
- Write a love letter to yourself.
- Write a thank you letter for your body that keeps you alive.
- What’s the last compliment you received?
- What’s the compliment you desire most? Tell yourself that.
- List the positive changes that have happened to you in the last year.
- Write a letter accepting who you are.
- Write down ten affirmations about your insecurities.
- What are three things you do daily that makes you love yourself?
- What’s one thing you’re proud of yourself for? (no matter how small)
- Write down 5 positive things about yourself.
- Write down all your mistakes and forgive yourself.
- What makes you feel loved?
- If your closest friends were to write down your best traits, what would they be?
- Have you met your flaws with acceptance and love today?
- What makes you laugh?
- What’s your life going to look like in 5 years? 10 years?
- What do you need to get off your chest right now?
- Ten interesting facts about yourself?
- Write down 5 things you’re grateful for.
- What are your priorities in life?
- What were your highs and lows today?
- What would you say to your teenage self?
- Three things you do well.
- What are your biggest goals?
“Gratitude helps you fall in love with the life you already have”
Here are some journal ideas that fills those blank notebooks that are sitting collecting dust on your bookshelf or in your draw. Don’t deny it! These ideas help organise daily life or future ambitions and is perfect to start off your day successfully or to fall asleep happily.
- a to-do list
- a quote a day
- vision or mood boards
- step-by-step ways to reach your goals
- favourite songs this week
- personal diary
- travel journal
- gratitude journal
- fitness tracker
- diet or calorie tracker
- a bucket list
- an address book
- password book
- habit tracker
- mind maps
- reading journal
- books to read
- writing or novel ideas
- blog post planner
- movie or tv shows to watch
- dream journal
- revision daily schedule
- bullet journal
Hope you enjoyed! Bye x
I know this blog is a bit late now we’re in December and Christmas is all around, but I thought I would share my autumn journal page before my Christmas one comes along. Journalling is one of my favourite hobbies, it is so relaxing and therapeutic to gather some autumnal images and crafts to wrap up the season!
I haven’t been journalling for a very long time, so this may not look as good as some journals but hopefully I’m getting better than when I first started aha.
I saw a quote about always keeping a journal in your pocket and I tried this recently. I wrote down all my ideas and notes, and it really helps keep motivation and happiness all day long. (Letting go of negativity onto paper, really took it off my shoulders) Definitely recommend you try this for a week, at least! Although once it’s secure in your pocket, it will follow you around…
“Writing in a journal reminds you of your goals and of your learning in life. It offers a place where you can hold a deliberate, thoughtful conversation with yourself.” – Robin Sharma
Thank you so much for reading, see you soon!