Let’s be honest, divorce is a dramatic and painful change. But, like any time of change, it is still ripe with possibilities, opportunities and seasons for growth.
But how can you move forward?
Where is the road map to life after divorce?
We have created 30 days of journaling prompts you will begin to see the possibilities that are alive in the newness of your situation.
Through this guide, you will be encouraged to greet each new day with the same enthusiasm as the first.
For each new day is exactly that; new.
We leave behind the day before. Any stumbles, mistakes or guilt from yesterday get left behind.
We do not carry these into a new day that is so full of opportunity and possibility.
Why 30 days?
30 days is a manageable and bite-sized amount of time.
Anyone can try something for 30 days and I challenge you to give reinvention a try for 30 days.
The best part is that it takes around 30 days to start a new habit, so by finishing this 30-day plan you will be setting a new habit of relentless forward motion towards your goals; towards the person, you want to be.
30 New Days Of Journaling Towards Reinvention After Divorce is most especially about each day being new.
Therefore, we let ourselves off the hook if we misstep, screw-up or mess up the flow of the 30 days.
This change is about putting intention into action with each new day.
The key to journaling towards reinvention is what we don’t bring into each new day.
We don’t bring the failures or upsets of the previous day forward into the new one.
We start each day new and fresh, with an open mind to the possibilities available to us.
What’s inside? What do the next 30 days look like? We will cover the following:
Searching For Identity,
Putting Our Fragments Together Again
Finding a New Way Forward
Giving to Yourself
Narrowing Your Focus
Building A Post-Divorce Road Map
Limiting our limiting thoughts
Avoiding the Toxic Fixes
Clearing Away the Noises and Annoyances
Cleaning up Our Self-Talk
Creatively Dealing with Change
Dispelling Our Fears
Onwards and Upwards