Writing for Self-Discovery: 6 Journaling Prompts for Gratitude and Growth skillshare originals badge

Yasmine Cheyenne, Writer, Speaker, Self-Healing Advocate

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12 Lessons (1h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:14
    • 2. Why Write for Self-Care

      2:01
    • 3. Mini-Exercise: Find the Time to Write

      6:43
    • 4. Prompt 1: Cultivate Joy

      6:56
    • 5. Prompt 2: Work Through Regret

      10:14
    • 6. Prompt 3: Redefine Success

      9:26
    • 7. Prompt 4: Write to Your Young Self

      10:07
    • 8. Prompt 5: Write from a Quote

      6:54
    • 9. Prompt 6: Brain Dump

      8:51
    • 10. Tips to Cultivate Your Practice

      4:01
    • 11. Final Thoughts

      1:36
    • 12. Explore More Classes on Skillshare

      0:33
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Project Description

Share the pie chart of your day and choose your first prompt!

The trickiest part of starting your self-care writing practice is getting started—follow the steps below to make it easier!

  • Download your printable journal before getting started.

  • Complete the pie chart of your day and carve out 5-15 minutes to write.

  • Share your pie chart in the project gallery! It's a great way to stay accountable—let us know how often you plan to write, what time of day, and why you're excited to start a self-care writing practice.

  • Select the writing prompt you're most excited to try.

  • Set aside 10 minutes and start writing!

When you've written something you'd like to share, don't hesitate to edit your project and add it below the pie chart of your day—we'd love to see what you write! 

 

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