First things first, let's define self-love.
It's not just about feeling good in the moment, but about taking care of ourselves in a sustainable way. It's about setting boundaries and taking time for ourselves when we need it. It's about being kind to ourselves and treating ourselves with the same love and respect that we give to others.
So, how can we do this in our bullet journals? We have a few tips and tricks to share with you.
One way to incorporate self-love into your bullet journal routine is by creating a daily self-care spread. This spread can include prompts such as "What am I grateful for today?" and "What are three things I did for myself today?". Reflecting on these prompts can help you focus on the positive things in your life and remind you to take care of yourself.
Another way to incorporate self-love into your bullet journal routine is by creating a vision board. This can be a spread in your journal where you collage pictures and words that represent your goals and aspirations. Reflecting on your vision board can help you focus on the things you want to achieve and remind you to take care of yourself as you work towards your goals.
You can also try to make a self-love affirmations page. Write down positive affirmations that remind you to love and accept yourself just the way you are. This page can be a great reference when you're feeling down.
Finally, it's important to remember that self-love is not a one-time thing, it's a daily practice. This means setting boundaries and taking time for ourselves when we need it. If you're feeling overwhelmed, take a break and do something that you enjoy or something that makes you feel good.
Incorporating self-love into your daily bullet journal routine is a great way to focus on the positive things in your life and remind you to take care of yourself. So, give these ideas a try and see how they work for you.
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March 23, 2023
Thanks a milions for sharing this idea, I will use the “vision board” one in my bujo for sure.