If you’ve been following along with Thriving For Five, you know one of my very favorite routines is journaling. I have a template that I follow every day to get my thoughts together first thing. You can download it from my Resources page here.
In addition to this template, I also try to spend a few minutes writing about something that I’m working to improve in my life. I’ve found that I’m more likely to be consistent if I have a set of daily prompts that I’m working on. I find inspiration on Pinterest and other blogs or just create my own prompts in advance. You can follow me on Pinterest to see my Journal Prompts board that I reference when I need some fresh ideas.
Clutter smothers. Simplicity breathes.Terry Guillements
I’ve never been one to turn to retail therapy, and I’ve never been much of a collector. But, we still managed to amass quite a bit of unnecessary items over the years. So, when I first decided that I wanted to become more committed to a minimalist lifestyle, I created these journal prompts to help motivate me.
If you’d like to know more about minimalism or how and why I’ve embraced the change, check out the links below.
After you’ve done the journal prompts for the next five days (or less if you’re feeling really motivated), let me know your thoughts in the comments below.