30 Day Journal Prompt for Regrounding and Self-Reflection During Self-Quarantine

With the number of changes and unknowns circulating our world right now in light of COVID-19, it’s understandable that anxiety may be at its peak. However, I believe this time of self-quarantine could still prove beneficial if we choose to navigate it with wisdom and flexibility. Today I’ve created a new set of journal prompts in hopes that it will help you to reframe this time as one of being present, reflecting deeply, remaining productive and regularly checking in with your mental space. I personally like to start my day with writing or journaling and if you believe you could benefit from the same I’m happy to share these free prompts with you.:

 

Click HERE to open the printable version!

 

 

Reputable sources:

The World Health Organization

Basic Protective Measures Against the Coronavirus from the World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public

Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

 

Mental health resources:

The National Institute of Mental Health

BetterHelp Online Therapy

Abide Christian Meditation App

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. | https://www.crisistextline.org/

 

I’m trusting that God has us securely in the palm of his hand and I also believe that God has endowed people with the specialty of helping others to give us wisdom during this time for the sake of our good. Let’s continue to be light in our character and attitude and apply wisdom in contribution to our communities and our world. And when anxiety begins to take over surrender it to Him all over again, each day, each hour if you must. What are some ways you can re-frame your time at home? I’m thinking of you all. Take care of yourselves friends ❤️

Your sister,

Brittney Moses (2)

 
 

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Hi friend, Im Brittney and Im so glad youre here! Im a Los Angeles-based author, content creator, podcast host, wife to Jason and mama to Austin. And Ive been blogging here for the past 10 years! As a graduate of psychology and research at UCLA, I help to reduce stigma and assist with helpful information at the intersection of mental health and faith, with some fun lifestyle tips along the way. So lets dive in!

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