We spend so much time worrying about what might happen in the future and obsessing over things from the past! It is easy to lose sight of what each new day can offer us. Keeping a mindfulness journal helps you focus on your health and fitness goals. Whether you’re working on completing a new training plan, improving your nutrition, or practicing new mental health habits, a mindfulness journal can serve as a reminder.
Keeping a mindfulness journal doesn’t take a lot of time or effort. In fact, the key to creating new habits is to start small. Set aside 5-10 minutes in the morning to write down your intentions for the day. In the evening, take another 5-10 minutes to reflect on what went well, the challenges you’ve faced, and how you feel. You can also end the day thinking about everything you are grateful for. Although it is very easy to get obsessed with the negative or complicated things in life, practicing gratitude each day can help you attract positive energies and keep an overview of things.
If you join the “Action, Reaction” movement, you have probably already set yourself some goals related to mind, body and nutrition that you will be working on for the next few weeks. You can download our template for free in PDF format to keep track of your goals.
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