Winter is for resting, nourishing, and introspection. It’s short, dark days spent cosying up, focused inwards on home. A time for nesting, resting, nourishing, restoring, gathering with friends around the fire, and preparing yourself for the new year ahead.
Winter Journaling Prompts:
- What do you want to achieve around the house and in the garden this Winter?
- Make a list of taste memories from childhood Winters
- What would you do on your ideal Winters day?
- Make a Winter bucket-list
- Note down as many memories as you can about your childhood Winters
- Describe your Winter Garden
- What does Winter mean to you?
- How does your home feel in Wintertime?
- Does your heart yearn for any other season in Wintertime? Can you put it into words?
- How does Winter make you feel?
Next, you are now about to create a vision for your life for the Winter season. I’m going to share the process I use with prompts to get you started.
So here we go….
- What time do you wake up?
- Who is beside you?
- What does your home look and feel like?
- What do you do when you first get up?
- What does your wardrobe look like; what is it filled with?
- How will you be spending the weekends?
- How does your body look and feel? What is your energy like?
- How do you spend your evenings?
- How do you spend your leisure time? Who are your friends?
- What events do you attend?
- Where do you travel to?
- Where do you eat out?
- What are your last thoughts before you go to sleep?
Once you’ve answered all of the questions above, you are going to map out your perfect day.
- Begin with your first thoughts upon waking
- Continue on with your dream working day
- Include personal and lifestyle elements to balance work and lifestyle.
- Allude to the wealth you will be creating.
- You MUST feel it, taste it, KNOW it is on the horizon if you do the work
So let’s go. Start mapping out your PERFECT day.