Use this Daily Homeschool Mama Journal to help you build time into your day for you.
These daily journal questions help you check in with yourself.
To develop self-awareness, you want to ask…
- how you’re feeling each morning,
- why you’re feeling what you’re feeling,
- and what are the thoughts behind your feelings.
To develop your identity, you have a space to…
- dream and plan for your day ahead,
- remind yourself what you’re grateful for,
- recite your daily affirmations,
- declare how your best self wants to show up in relationships,
- declare how your best self wants to show up in your homeschool,
- declare how your best self wants to show up for yourself.
If you’re struggling with a chronic health condition or want to encourage physical wellness, you can use the full-body check-in to…
- ask yourself how your body feels
- ask yourself how your body makes you feel
- remind yourself what you like about your body
- ask yourself what you can do to make your body healthier
- ask what good foods you ate that day
- record your daily prayers
At the end of each day, as you’re brushing your teeth and before you throw on Netflix, you can do an evening check-in and ask yourself…
- how your day went
- what you’re grateful for about your day
- what was the best thing about your day
- ask yourself how you’re feeling
- what your hopes and plans are for your upcoming day
There is a weekly planner you can use to…
- make quick notes,
- write exercise activities with (or without) your kiddos,
- record your daily nutritional intake,
- write your gratitudes,
- create daily self-care activities, or
- record the funny things your homeschool kiddos say. (Make sure to date them!)
Get out your pen and practice self-awareness.