If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that my favorite self-care activities include journaling and a gratitude practice. When I coach clients, they receive a 30-day journaling prompt page and if relevant, a recommendation to start their own gratitude practice.
I believe in the power of daily doing to make habits stick. But I also know that busyness can make continuing these habits beyond a couple of days difficult.
That’s one of the reasons why I launched the Sunday Night Journal. So you can take one small step towards these self-care practices. You don’t have to do it everyday, just once a week. You can look forward to doing this every week (I know I do). You can make building habits a joy and not just an obligation.
The benefits of self-care Sundays:
- It shifts your attitude from dread of Monday mornings to pleasure on Sunday nights.
- It allows you to nourish yourself, to gather up the energy for whatever lies ahead.
- It gives you the opportunity to set your intention for the week, so you can make mindful choices.
- It awakens your senses and lets you remember that you are a woman, deserving of delicious things.
- It sets a lovely routine for bed, letting you breathe, notice all the abundance in your life and be grateful.
If you want all of these for yourself and you still haven’t gotten your copy of the journal, head on over here.