What has changed for you since 2012? What has changed for you since the beginning of 2015? You might be sitting there thinking. “Psh, NOTHING!”
Here’s the secret: you have made progress and changes, but it just might be too small to see in a big picture way.
I created this journal for myself first. It was born out of the need to have somewhere to write down my progress. I was working on managing my depression and anxiety and it felt like such a slow, hopeless cause that most of the time, I couldn’t recognize my progress. I needed the visual proof, I needed to see the little things I was accomplishing each day.
I needed to write things down that make me personally feel proud. I needed to show myself I am good, I needed to see visual proof of my self esteem and acknowledge the progress I’ve made and am making.
Here’s what other’s have said:
“The “I Am Proud” Journal is incredible! The days I used it I found it incredibly helpful, especially since I didn’t feel like I got anything done when in reality, I had! Instead of feeling dissatisfied and annoyed or guilty for having ‘wasted’ the whole day, I could go to bed feeling proud of the things I did get done or stuck to! Download this journal and use it! You won’t regret it. Plus, it’s PRETTY!” Tremaine Raisa | Website
“Kendra, your I Am Proud Journal is a thing of beauty, both to look at and to use. It’s a wonderful tool to have on hand to remind us that paying attention to what is right in our lives helps us see our lives as interesting and fun. It’s so easy to use and carry around, I think it will help a lot of people!” Sand Ross | Website
By using the “I Am Proud!” journal you will…
start taking stock of everything you accomplish, even the small things that might have seemed insignificant before
realize how much you are rocking this life and your recovery
see the actual visual proof of what you are accomplishing on a day to day basis
increase your self confidence, self esteem and self worth
Often, as women with struggling to feel happy and healthy in our lives, our accomplishments feel like facing and scaling Mount Everest while to our partner, best friend or neighbor it looks like stepping on a small ant hill.
I write down that I made it through a family gather. I write down when I drive in bad weather. I write down when I make it through a hard toddler day. I write down when I’ve honored my body. I write down when I manage to just shower because my son won’t stop tantruming. I write down everything. I write down that I wrote things down.
Are you ready to make an impact on increasing your self worth, improving your mental and emotional wellness with mere minutes a day? Fill out the form below to get your FREE “I Am Proud!” journal, today!
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I am not a therapist, psychiatrist or doctor. I am just a woman who has lived with depression and anxiety in many forms her whole life. . Please do not take anything written on my website, in any of my products or in our sessions together as medical advice. If you need medical help, seek a doctor first.