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Morning Journaling Worksheet

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Hello,

If you listened to my latest podcast episode you heard me talk about my new magical morning journaling ritual.

 

It’s kind of like writing affirmations but EXTREME. I call it reminding myself who the eff I am and I basically go on a tangent and affirm myself.

Mine looks something like this:

I’m Faith Mariah. I’m an unstoppable force for good. I always overcome and nothing stops me. Joy and Happiness make their way to me…etc etc etc.

I like to think of it as writing affirmations but on FIRE. For this exercise, you really have to find stuff that fires you up and then go on heart fuelled tangent!

I went ahead and added this and the other journaling prompts I’ve been using into one worksheet you can grab for free by filling out the form below (it has the F word in it so if that bothers you please skip it).

 

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The next part of my magical morning writing practice is writing out magical moments. These are any small moments that worked out in my favor the day before or little things in my life that I am thankful for.

This section often has things like my friend sending a thoughtful text message, getting my favorite coffee drink from a cafe, someone offering to help me with a project at work or getting an awesome idea for a project.

I find that the more I stop and appreciate the tiny moments in my life the more magical life feels.

After that, I write five goals I’m working on as if I already made them happen. I like to include a mix of really big future goals and things I’m currently working on.

Mine looks like this:

  • I am a NYT Bestselling author
  • I completed my 100-day workout program and I’m in the best shape of my life

Finally, I write 3-5 things I want to get done that day. Writing a to-do list every morning helps me stay focused on working towards my goals.

If you want to try out my magical morning practice grab your free worksheet here!

Faith

PS

Did you get a chance to listen to the new podcast episode yet? I share a mindset strategy I’ve been using to pump myself up.

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