Hello Day Journal Practice

The Hello Day Journal Practice is just that – saying hello to your day.

You can take 30 seconds or 20 minutes to do this – whatever you have time for.

You can do it in any way you like – I like to journal my Hello Day but of course you can also just sit quietly and say hello.

And – no matter what you’re doing or how long you’re doing it for – it helps you become more mindful because when you say hello to your day you become more present with it.

You take time out of being in your day to be with your day.

But this isn’t something you can understand with your head – it’s something you experience, and then you get it.

And then once you keep doing it every day it starts to open up new possibilities.

Hello Day is one of my favourite journaling practices. It’s kind of amazing how helpful it can be to take a few minutes to say hello to your day.

It helps you be more present with where you are and where you want to be. It’s grounding, calming and (imho!) the perfect way to start your day.

But don’t take my word for it! Let’s do this together.

The 30 Day Journal Challenge is on now.

Every day, for 30 days, I’ll share a Hello Day journal prompt and we’ll explore together.

I’ll share the prompts on my blog (you can subscribe to get my blog posts by email right here) and also on Instagram – where you can join in with pictures of your Hello Day journal, using the hastag #hellodayjournal

The prompts I share will be from Hello Day 30 Days of Mindfulness, Coloring + Self-Discovery, my Guided Journal + Coloring Book.

You can order the Hello Day book now so you’ve got your own copy to colour in, or use your own journal for exploring the prompts.

USA: Amazon.com | Canada: Amazon.ca | Great Britain: Amazon.uk | Europe: Amazon.de

The inside of the book looks like this. Each page has a Hello Day journal prompt, with a doodle for you to color while you ponder the prompt:

The 30 Day Journal Challenge is happening now.

I’ll share new prompts every day on my blog (start there to catch up on what’s happened so far) and also on Instagram – where you can join in with pictures of your Hello Day journal, using the hastag #hellodayjournal