As I write to you we are transitioning from September to October, into the final quarter of the year. And it's a year that has been... wow, yeah.
Never before have I relied on my self-care toolbox the way I have these past nine months, and perhaps the most useful tool in that box for me has been journaling.
And yet I must admit that I am a reluctant journaler.
I don't have a daily journaling practice. I've never been able to stick with Morning Pages for more than a few days at a time.
But I truly believe that relationships are deepened through honest conversation, and that includes the relationship we have with ourselves. If we want to know ourselves, care for ourselves, and love ourselves, we need to be honest with ourselves. We need to tell ourselves the truth. And what better way to do that than answering a series of simple yet profound questions?
(The questions themselves aren't all that profound, actually. It's what you do with them, how honest you are, the way you tap into your own wisdom—that's what makes this process work.)
And I'm here to guide you; in the pages of this workbook you'll find a collection of prompts that give you the opportunity to be honest with yourself about how you're feeling at this exact moment in your real life.
That honesty is exactly what you'll need in order to move forward into whatever you most want next.
This workbook is for you if:
- You are craving some gentle structure for the final three months of the year
- You have a vague sense of what's working and what's not working right now, but you'd benefit from some more clarity about it all
- You're ready to be a better friend to yourself—to identify ways to care for yourself and prioritize yourself that will actually work in your real daily life
- You'd love to end the year having spent more time and energy on the things that matter most to you, even if you haven't really been able to do that recently
The format of this workbook is simple—it's a 30-page PDF that you can download, and then either print or just use as a series of journaling prompts for yourself—nothing fancy, no extraneous distractions.
And, most importantly, I strongly believe in creating resources that are both truly useful and financially accessible, which is why this workbook is available in a pay-what-you-want format. Simply click the button below, choose your price, and it's yours.
If you are unable to pay even a small amount for any reason, please email me at hello(at)nicoleantoinette(dot)com and I will send you a copy for free, no questions asked!
I truly hope that you find value in this workbook, and that it helps you to imagine new possibilities for the rest of the year.