Welcome to your #MindfulMonth
Current Theme: February x Self Love
This space is here every month is to provide you with a theme and tools to further your own intentional living & wellness journey.
Affirmations are inspirational, positive statements you say or think about yourself and your life.
Why an affirmation? Saying daily affirmations helps reprogram our negative self-talk so we can manifest more positive thinking, feeling and experiences in our lives. Negative thoughts can become self-fulfilling prophecies. We talk ourselves into believing that we're not good enough, don’t have enough, etc. As a result, these thoughts drag down our personal lives, our relationships, and our careers. These affirmations are meant to create positive thought patterns and beliefs structures each and every month.
How it works: Use your affirmation often. Set a reminder on your phone, download a version to make your background, record yourself repeating and listen to it every morning/night…the options are endless. The goal is to read it, think it and say it as often as you can all month long.
I LOVE MYSELF, I BELIEVE IN MYSELF, I SEE MY SELF.
Put it to mUsic: Repeat your Affirmation silently or out loud meditating to “One thing right” x Oddisee
Tools for your #MindfulMonth
Every month come to this section to: set your intentions, adorn your wallpaper, and review all that you’ve done accomplished.
Calendar x Intentions
Desktop Wallpaper x Self Love
Monthly Journal Reflection
Take intentional time each month to reflect on the days, accomplishments and more.
Take full advantage of what insight these prompts have to offer, by setting aside is to set uninterrupted time to write.
My best journaling advice? Don’t force your answers. Write whatever comes to mind.
Let your thoughts and feelings flow.
Review your answers for patterns and insights you may not have noticed before. Then sit back, and get ready to have the best month ever — all over again!
"In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could to any person;
I create myself.” - Susan Sontag, Reborn: Journals and Notebooks, 1947-1963