Fill Your Cup is a journal prompt series that encourages moms to take care of themselves by taking a short amount of time to journal during the week. The questions are meant to help you take a look inside and be intentional about your week to come. Respond to whichever speaks to you by writing, painting or drawing.
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Journal Prompts – Shifting Perspective
- When meltdown moments strike, how can you rebound quickly, shift your perspective, and put a positive light back into your day?
- Take a moment to write a short note to each member of your family telling them what you love about them. Give the notes as gifts to each person before sitting down to eat dinner tonight.
- Pick an event or conversation you’ve recently had and write about it from two different perspectives. For example, if today I had a conversation with my daughter, I could write about it as if I’m me, telling a friend about it or I could write about it as though I was my daughter or even a stranger in the room, reporting what was seen and heard. How might your story be different when told from two perspectives?
- Go view the world from a different set of lenses. Go on a 10 minute photo walk (with or without the kids) and stop every minute to snap a photo. How did you feel before you left? How did you feel when you returned home? Did your perspective shift or change after seeing your surroundings in a different way?
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Alissa Zorn is an author, and founder of the website Overthought This. She's a coach and cartoonist passionate about helping people overcome perfectionism and shame to build authentic, joyful lives. Alissa is certified through the International Coach Federation and got her Trauma-Informed Coaching certification from Moving the Human Spirit. She wrote Bounceback Parenting: A Field Guide for Creating Connection, Not Perfection, and is always following curiosity to find her next creative endeavor.