To help me be more consistent and curb writers block, I’m doing the “30 Day Killer Journaling Challenge for Self Love and Self Discovery” created by Isabelle Dias. If you’d like to take the challenge yourself, click the link for a full list of prompts.
Question of the day: Why are you starting this challenge, and what things do you hope to change during those 30 days?
I’m tackling this challenge because I’m already in the midst of a challenge to write a blog post every day for 100 days (and I’ve been spotty and a tad forgetful). I also know that getting started is sometimes the hardest part and maybe by sitting down and doing the damn thing, I’ll encourage someone else to do the same.
The second part of this question is a little trickier. I think I’d like to be a little (or maybe a lot) less hard on myself. My neurodivergent brain constantly gets frozen in analysis paralysis and then I get judgey with myself for being trapped in the cycle. I tell people all the time to embrace who they are and live life authentically and unapologetically but I don’t always follow my own advice.
In the next 30 days, I’d like to have a clearer picture of what I want for my life in this moment, what will make me happiest, and maybe even have a plan for how to finally get the ball rolling downhill.
Want to tackle this challenge together? Come join us in Conk’s Community.
Creating my own sunshine 🌞