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When you think of your future self, you may imagine someone that has it all. They may have the house, the car, the savings account, and the job you’ve always wanted. Even though imagined goals you’ve set may be down the line, you don’t have to act like it. Future self journaling is writing to your future self like you are your future self. Doing this could transform your way of thinking and push you to reach your biggest goals each and every day.
How to Start Self-Journaling
Starting may sound intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Sit down with your coffee, a pen, and your favorite journal for 10 to 30 minutes. Write about how you see yourself in the next year, five years, or even ten years. Would you like to have that car, that career, or that hefty savings account? What would it take for you to get there? To keep up the good work, hang your affirmations all throughout your living area for extra motivation.
Keep Up the Good Work With Journal Prompts
Once you’ve got started, it may be another story to keep it going. Promise yourself to sit down five days of the week to write in your future journal. If you get writer’s block, download our journal prompts to spark inspiration and help you reach the next big step.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Future Self Journal
Ensure that you keep these habits up for at least 66 days to create a strong-standing habit. Once you’ve done that, this act may seamlessly habit without having to get yourself to sit down and journal. Each month of journaling, try to focus on one area of your life (and get specific!) Print out our manifestation checks to write out your goal and hang it on your wall for a simple reminder of what you’re working so hard for.
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