Journal Prompts

Journal Prompts for when you’re so stuck you can’t do anything but you also can’t just give up

(Since my year-long project on exploring my resistance has me getting more organized as a way of supporting my creative flow, I am going through things I have written. I wrote this one a few years ago and then never shared it!)

Journal Prompts for when you're so stuck you just can't do your dream but you also can't just give it up

I went to see a friend I hadn't seen in a long time.

In the time I hadn't seen her, she sold her business, retired, moved, and dealt with several family illnesses and deaths.

She was telling me about her new creative dream - to write a book. It's a very specific book, and as she was telling me about it I realised.... she had told me about this before. Before all these big changes, before the pandemic.

She kind of winced. "Yeah, I have been wanting to do this a long time. I mean... I did write one chapter."

But the way she said "I did write one chapter" discounted what she was saying. Like, because she didn't make the progress she wanted to make, the progress she DID make is not valid.

We were quiet for a minute and then she said "It's just so hard"

I've heard that so many times from so many people and each and every one of them felt ALONE in it.

Like everyone else is happily writing and creating and getting things done and they are just all alone in finding this all kind of hard.

But it's hard for everyone.

It's hard for everyone and that hard is magnified by feelings of shame and failure and being all alone in it.

This is why I do my work in an ongoing community -  so you can see that others are on the path with you and help normalize that it's just hard. (Join us here, it's amazing!)

When you accept that it's just hard then you don't have to get all emotionally tangled up about it being hard.

You don't have to be STUCK in the hard.

You can just face the hard parts and move through them. You take your power back. (I know it's not quite that simple, but I have a lot of tools to help you do this in Dream Book. It's absolutely do-able, with some time and work.)

It's hard because it's vulnerable.

Listening to your dreams is some of the most vulnerable work you can do. It touches on your deepest inner stuff because it pushes you to be more authentic in how you're showing up in your life.

That's vulnerable because of the reasons WHY you're not already being more authentic, creative, powerful and brave in how you're showing up in your life.

This is all very deep down hard wired and mostly lives in the shadows where you can't see it.

Working with your dreams makes it more visible because your dreams push up against this and asks you to bring healing and new possibilities to these places inside you.

So: Journal Prompts for when you're so stuck you just can't do your dream but you also can't just give it up:

Where are things really hard for you right now with your dream?

How does this feel? Where is this feeling in your body?

Stay with this. DO NOT move ahead to the next prompts, don’t try to get to the solution. Stay with the feelings until you feel you have fully described them. For bonus points: can you actually FEEL the feelings? Notice where they are in your body and focus on those sensations.

What are the other thoughts, feelings and questions that come up when you sit with how hard things are with your dream?

How can you validate all of these ways that you react to it being hard?

I can tell you: your thoughts, feelings and reactions ARE VALID. This is hard stuff! You’re doing great! But how can you validate this for yourself?

How can you think of yourself as a success for staying with this?

If you’re feeling like you’ve failed because this feels stuck, can you instead see yourself as being IN PROCESS? Instead of seeing yourself as stuck, can you see yourself as being incredibly brave because you’re still showing up?

Can you remember that creative dreaming is about answering your soul’s calling which includes a lot of inner healing and growth, and that your dreams often push you to face all the hardest things you have to face, all of the things you would much rather avoid, and so: it’s not that you are struggling with this, it’s that this is inherently experiment difficult work and no one moves through it in a linear way?

No one moves through it as quickly as they would like to. No one “feels successful” while they are in the middle of it. AND YET YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL BECAUSE YOU’RE STILL HERE.

How can you offer love to the places in you that are hurting with all of this?

How can you offer love to the places in you where you feel stuck and small?

Really sit with this. Be with the sensations in your body, ask yourself what you need and give yourself some time to find an answer that feels right for you.

Can you trust that your inner genius is guiding you?

And that this means: if you have some really hard stuff going on and you feel stuck, that maybe being with this stuck is the right thing for you do right now? Can you see this as a part of your path?

Somewhere inside you, you do know how to work with this obstacle. What would help you get in touch with this part of you?

HINT: It’s RELALY hard to do this work when you are avoiding anything that you’re feeling. So you may need to repeat this process a few times before you start to get in touch with the answers… but I promise they are inside you.

Want more help with this?

If you're in Dream Book, you have a whole library of inner work practices here.

If you're not in Dream Book, check out my free courses, which include a healing circle for working through the hard stuff.

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Hello 2023! New Year Journal Prompts

These New Year Journal Prompts are for reflecting on the year that passed, and using what you learn there to look ahead to the new year.

It's actually REALLY HARD to keep making new goals for the New Year if you're not taking the time to reflect on and learn from what happened with your plans for the year that is ending.

By taking some time to reflect on the year that has passed, you're gathering up the gifts and lessons so you can carry them with you into the new year.

These new year journal prompts also help you create some space for processing and healing the hard parts of the year that is ending, and getting clarity on what you want to let go of, to make space for what you want to receive in the new year.

I'm also doing all of this in a much deeper way in two separate calls: Goodbye 2022 and Hello 2023. In Goodbye 2022 we'll do an alchemy circle for releasing everything that would hold us back from creating the new year we want. In Hello 2023 we'll do an alchemy circle for clarifying and blessing our dreams for new year. Both of these calls, and replays, are available to everyone who is a member of Dream Book - find out more + join us here.

New Year Journal Prompts Part 1: Looking back on the year that is ending:

What did you try with your dreams in 2022?  What worked?  What didn’t work?

What was amazing in 2022?

What are you most grateful for about 2022?

What did you do in 2022 that you’re proud of?

What did you learn/discover that you want to bring into 2023?

What was hard in 2022?

What do you want to leave behind in 2022?

How did your dreams grow in 2022?

How did YOU grow in 2022? What gifts and strengths do you have now that you didn’t have in 2021?

Is there anything you need to do to complete your year? Any unfinished business that you’d like to finish, and leave behind as you move into 2022?

New Year Journal Prompts Part 2: Looking forward to the new year:

Try to list 5-10 things (impossibly big or microscopically small or anything in between) you’d like to have happen in 2023, in each of these different parts of your life:

health * relationships * creativity * purpose/career * money * self-love/self-care * spirituality * happiness * adventure/play ***OR MAKE UP YOUR OWN CATEGORIES!***

I know that seems like a lot, but the act of listing TONS of things can really open up your sense of possibility and PLAY. So spend some time with this - I find it's best to leave this list out somewhere for a few weeks over the holidays, so I keep adding new things as I think of them.

When you're done, go back through your list and imagine how each of these things will make you happier in 2023. If there is anything on your list that won’t truly make you feel happier – cross it out.

Is 2023 a year to focus on One Big Dream or is there a bunch of stuff you want to do?  Either way, write out your Big Dream, or Bunch Of Dreams, for 2023.

Why do you want this?

How will you feel when you have it?

Do you already know how to make this dream real, or is this something you need to learn more about first?

What’s your plan for giving this dream what it needs to thrive in 2023?  Brainstorm 10 things you can try.

What do you want to STOP doing in 2023?  And what are some things you can you do to make that as easy as possible? How will not having these things in your life make you happier?

Then imagine yourself at the end of 2023.

(You might want to draw/collage/doodle an image of you from one year from now).

How are you different?  How did you grow?  What new strengths and skills do you have?  Does you-from-one-year-from-today have any messages or advice for you?

Want to go deeper?

We'll be doing this work together in the Goodbye 2022 Hello 20223 live (on Zoom) alchemy circles.

Goodbye 2022 is happening Dec 15. Hello 2023 is happening Jan 9 at 1:00 pm Central (North America). Replays are provided, with a comments section where you can share your ideas and ask questions as you watch the video.

These will be 90 minute Zoom calls where we do transformative alchemy meditations to bring all of this to life. There's lots of time for coaching, Q+A and having rich discussions about what we're ready to let go of and where we want our dreams to take us in the new year.

Both of these calls, and replays, are available to everyone who is a member of Dream Book - find out more + join us here.

Or binge on my FREE and ridiculously helpful journaling + meditation classes over the holidays ✨

If you're on my website there should be a sign-up form at the bottom of this page. Or go to this page.

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Today’s Journal Prompts

I had a dentist appointment this morning, and on my way there I went out for a chai latte and journaling.

In preparation for our class on Wednesday (Staying Stable In Your Relationship With Money When The World Is Not Stable) I focused on two prompts:

What helps me feel stable? (Which sparked some thoughts about the nature of stability itself)

How do I want to feel about money? (Which also sparked some thoughts about money in general)

Some of the ideas that came to me were surprising.

Like at first, I know I want to feel EXPANSIVE and FREE and CREATIVE and POWERFUL in my relationship with money.

But the longer you sit with a question, the more answers you get, and an answer I got later on felt more true.

I want to feel neutral about money.

Also stability fascinates me the way it’s not a dream of mine… but without all dreams feel impossible. I thought of the forms of stability that I take for granted because they’ve always been there, and all the ways I can call it in for myself. I thought about it on a larger level - how do we help more people in the world be stable enough to dream? Because we do need everyone to dream our way into a better future for all.

As I keep exploring, I’ll probably find more surprises.

I hope you’ll join me for this on Wednesday.

We’ll explore and share together (this work is always so much better in a group) and do some energy alchemy around calling the things we need.

Details and registration are here.

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What I want for my birthday

I just shared this photo on social media and I wanted to share it here too.

I turned 48 yesterday (had a really fantastic day which I wrote about here) and the thing I want most for my birthday is to make more art, write more, and share it more, and do it all from a deeper place.

This is kind of what I always want.

And it also always feels new because my creative dreams are always taking me to new places.

The reason why I wanted to send you this photo is my dress.

I do make all of my own clothes, I sewed and embrodered this shirt dress this winter.

This is the first in a new series of clothing I am making that are for the person that I am becoming next.

These clothes are a way of making space for this new version of me.

Space-Making has been on my mind a lot.

I created a new (very small and simple) program called Space-Making for people who want to join Dream Book and work with me but don't have the capacity for FULL ON MAKING IT HAPPEN right now.

Which, to be honest, is most of us these days.

Space-Making is this magical place of self care and restoration and healing - making space for the things you need and want, rather than Dream-Building which is the work of creating the path that leads to where you want to be.

I like to do both - Space-Making and Dream-Building.

But these days I definitely CANNOT Dream-Build if I don't Space-Make.

As stressful as it is to be alive on this planet right now, this is also a time of real potential for change.

We can create a better world.

I feel that more fully these days than I ever have before.

The intersection between creative dreams and activism feels lit up with possibility.

I wanted to leave you with a few journal prompts for the weekend.

How have your dreams changed over the last 2 years?

How have YOU changed?

How do you WANT to change next?

And think about joining me in Dream Book to give your dreams a boost.

I made a new welcome video on this page, explaining where we're at in the group right now.

As the world changes, we we change, as our dreams change, I keep making adjustments to make sure Dream Book remains a supportive growth-inducing space for everyone.

Join here.

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These are hard times. Making space for anxiety + overwhelm.

These are hard times. Making space for anxiety + overwhelm.

This was my practice this morning: painting my feelings.

I have a lot to say about this process of space-making. I was writing about it all weekend.

But today, that's not what's in me to share.

Today I want to share that I woke up anxious.

And so I made myself a latte and a green smoothie (well it came out red because I added a few slices of beetroot) and sat with my feelings and this is what came out.

I found the light. I followed it to a place where I was able to soften my body and mind, and offer myself some advice about slowing down and being more present with myself

A lot of people feel anxious right now.

I didn't have an issue with anxiety before the pandemic. I have one now.

Lots of people don't feel anxious but to worry or feel stressed or are just overwhelmed.

This is where we're at, collectively and yet a lot of people are feeling alone in it. I want you to know that you are not alone.

And the world is asking us to carry on as though this is not where we're at.

A space-making practice is a way to rebel against that.

It's actually a way to create a better world, both your own personal world and the larger world that we share.

Space-making helps us find the softness in the hard places. And those soft places do tend to come with dreams attached. Ideas for new things we want to create or new ways we want to be or experiences we want to have. The softness shows us the way.

The first step is to honour how you're feeling.

Give yourself the grace of making space to be where you are.

How do you feel right now? Where is that feeling in your body? Anywhere else? What's the story running through your mind?

Is there any light to be found? What might help this all soften? What do you need right now?

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Goodbye 2021! New Year Journal Prompts

Goodbye 2021 Journal Prompts

We begin the Goodbye 2021 Hello 2022 New Year Journaling EXTRAVAGANZA with these journal prompts for looking back on 2021.

It's actually REALLY HARD to keep making new goals for the New Year if you're not taking the time to reflect on and learn from what happened with your plans for the year that is ending.

By taking some time to reflect on the year that has passed, you're gathering up the gifts and lessons so you can carry them with you into the new year.

These New Year Journal Prompts are for reflecting on the year that passed, and using what you learn there to look ahead to the new year.

The purpose is to create some space for processing and healing the hard parts of the year that is ending, and getting clarity on what you want to let go of, to make space for what you want to receive in the new year.

We've had a couple of rough years in a row and this work feels more important than ever.

New Year Journal Prompts For Looking Back On The Year That Is ending:

What did you try with your dreams in 2021?  What worked?  What didn’t work?

What was amazing in 2021?

What are you most grateful for about 2021?

What did you do in 2021 that you’re proud of?

What did you learn/discover that you want to bring into 2022?

What was hard in 2021?

What do you want to leave behind in 2021?

How did your dreams grow in 2021?

How did YOU grow in 2021? What gifts and strengths do you have now that you didn’t have in 2020?

Is there anything you need to do to complete your year? Any unfinished business that you’d like to finish, and leave behind as you move into 2022?

Go deeper with the Goodbye 2021 Alchemy Releasing Ceremony.

This is an alchemy class for releasing all the things you want to release, before stepping into 2022.

The class is part of the special bonus content that is available to Dream Book members.

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Journal Prompts for when you’re ready for your NEXT LEVEL dreams

Journal prompts for when you're ready for your next level dreams

Journal Prompts for when you're ready for your NEXT LEVEL dreams:

What does this mean for you right now?
What does your next level look like?
And more importantly - what does it feel like?
Write it out, make it VERY VERY CLEAR.
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​I would love to help you make it happen!​

​In Dream Book we work from the belief that your dream is here to GROW you.

Your dream comes from the intersection of your purpose, your creativity, your uniqueness and your potential.

Pursuing this next - level dream of yours is REALLY about becoming more of who you are here to be. A braver, and even more creative and more powerful version of yourself than the creative genius you are today.

By giving as much attention to the inner processes of healing and growth as you do to the outer work of makign your dream happen - you get to play, heal and grow your way into your dream.

​I offer tons of tools + support for this work, in Dream Book.

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Journal Prompts for when nothing is working

Journal Prompts for When Nothing Is Working

Take 10 deep breaths, with your hand on your heart. Imagine sending yourself love.

It's totally ok that nothing is working right now. Everyone experiences this, this is a natural part of being alive. It's ESPECIALLY a natural part of being a growing creative being pursuing your dreams.

Some parts of the path just suck. It's not a reason to give up or beat yourself up.

The only way out is through.

We all naturally try to avoid discomfort but you're going to have to go right THROUGH it. This is the brave work that your dreams demand of you.

Journal Prompts for when nothing is working part 1: This feels awful!

We start by processing your feelings a bit, because you can't uncover any useful intel while you're emotionally tangled up.

Nobody likes this part. But be brave. What's going on? Start by just writing it out.

How does this make you feel?

Try to be more detailed and descriptive about how it makes it you feel.

How do these feelings feel in your body?

Are these feelings familiar? Have you felt them before about other things?

What are the tools that are available to you, for processing and healing your feelings? List them all and choose what you want to work with right now. (If you can't think of anything, start with sending LOVE to all of your hurting inner selves)

What do you really NEED right now?

Journal Prompts for when nothing is working part 2: Exploring the situation from different perspectives + looking for new possibilities

What if everything is working just fine and it's YOU who needs to change? (In some situations, like when dealing with systemic injustices like racism and ableism, this is NOT a helpful prompt. In other situations, like when YOU really are the thing that's in your way, it can be very helpful.)

WHY do you think things are not working?

Is your answer to that last prompt true, or are you making up a bullshit story to hold yourself back?

What are the possible gifts in things not working right now?

What haven't you tried?

Why haven't you tried it?

Come up with 5 ideas for things you could try next. Break those down into super small teeny tiny little steps.

Remember the only way out is through. Go do one tiny thing.

 

Want some help doing the thing?

Check out my free journaling and meditation class: YOUR NEXT STEPS.

It will help you feel more CLEAR and SURE about your next steps.

Sign up here:

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Hello 2021! New Year Journal Prompts

New Year Journal Prompts

These New Year Journal Prompts are for reflecting on the year that passed, and using what you learn there to look ahead to the new year.

It's actually REALLY HARD to keep making new goals for the New Year if you're not taking the time to reflect on and learn from what happened with your plans for the year that is ending.

By taking some time to reflect on the year that has passed, you're gathering up the gifts and lessons so you can carry them with you into the new year.

These new year journal prompts also help you create some space for processing and healing the hard parts of the year that is ending, and getting clarity on what you want to let go of, to make space for what you want to receive in the new year.

Since 2020 was kind of a big year, I'm also doing all of this in a much deeper way in Releasing 2020 Blessing 2021 - right here.

New Year Journal Prompts Part 1. Looking back on the year that is ending:

What did you try with your dreams in 2020?  What worked?  What didn’t work?

What was amazing in 2020?

What are you most grateful for about 2020?

What did you do in 2020 that you’re proud of?

What did you learn/discover that you want to bring into 2021?

What was hard in 2020?

What do you want to leave behind in 2020?

How did your dreams grow in 2020?

How did YOU grow in 2020? What gifts and strengths do you have now that you didn’t have in 2019?

Is there anything you need to do to complete your year? Any unfinished business that you’d like to finish, and leave behind as you move into 2021?

New Year Journal Prompts Part 2. Looking forward to the new year:

Try to list 5-10 things (impossibly big or microscopically small or anything in between) you’d like to have happen in 2021, in each of these different parts of your life:

health * relationships * creativity * purpose/career * money * self-love/self-care * spirituality * happiness * adventure/play

I know that seems like a lot, but the act of listing TONS of things can really open up your sense of possibility. So spend some time with this - I find it's best to leave this list out somewhere for a few weeks over the holidays, so I keep adding new things as I think of them.

When you're done go back through your list and imagine how each of these things will make you happier in 2021. If there is anything on your list that won’t truly make you feel happier – cross it out.

Is 2021 a year to focus on One Big Dream or is there a bunch of stuff you want to do?  Either way, write out your Big Dream, or Bunch Of Dreams, for 2021.

Why do you want this?

How will you feel when you have it?

Do you already know how to make this dream real, or is this something you need to learn more about first?

What’s your plan for giving this dream what it needs to thrive in 2021?  Brainstorm 10 things you can try.

What do you want to STOP doing in 2021?  And what are some things you can you do to make that as easy as possible? How will not having these things in your life make you happier?

Then imagine yourself at the end of 2021.

(You might want to draw/collage/doodle an image of you from one year from now).

How are you different?  How did you grow?  What new strengths and skills do you have?  Does you-from-one-year-from-today have any messages or advice for you?

Want to go deeper? Binge on my FREE and ridiculously helpful journaling + meditation classes over the holidays ✨

Your Next Steps is a journaling + meditation class for sorting through your next steps - PERFECT for getting your New Year sorted.

The Hard Parts Are Where The Magic Happens is a healing circle and inner work workshop (you'll actually get access to this one automatically when you sign up for Your Next Steps, just in case you get stuck)

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Journal Prompts for when you have too many ideas and can’t pick which one to focus on

Journal Prompts for when you have too many ideas and can’t pick which one to focus on

Having more ideas than you know what to do with is a natural part of being creative.

You're a creative genius and your mind doesn't stop. That's good.

But you can't let your abundance of ideas overwhelm you. I know it's easy to be kind of frozen now knowing what to do next, but all movement is good, so you need to get yourself out of that frozen place as quickly as possible.

(I can absolutely help you with that in Dream Book - within the first month alone you'll be seeing your projects, dreams and your possibilities much differently)

This place where you're trying to pick which idea to go with is RIPE with opportunities for your inner critics and limiting beliefs to just take over. So it's important to not stay in this place very long!

These journal prompts will help you get moving sooner.

It's usually not all that important WHICH idea you choose, just that you CHOOSE something and get moving with it.

But we all hesitate and second guess.

Your journal is such a good tool for this, to give you some space to dig deeper, maybe get some insights around WHY you're hesitating and second guessing this particular project, and help you get more clear about what to do next.

Journal prompts for when you have too many ideas and don't know which one to focus on:

Start by writing down ALL of the ideas - get them together on one page.

Then let’s play with ranking them!

Which one would be the MOST fun?

Which one would be the LEAST fun?

Which would be the EASIEST to do?

Which would be FASTEST to get done?

Which would take the most time?

Which would be the most difficult to actually pull off?

What's THE MOST inspiring idea?

Do any of the ideas feel kind of blah or heavy to think about?

Which one will help you reach your goals?

Which one has the biggest potential payoff?

Which one feels the most impossible?

You don't have to answer each of the prompts. It's more important to follow the rabbit-holes.

The point is to explore your ideas from different perspectives.

And while you do this...

👉🏻 What fears or limiting beliefs makes themselves known and what does this tell you about the inner work you need to focus on at this time?

This is the real thing to explore here.

I do have a this set of journal prompts for overcoming fear if you want to explore those.

You DO know what to do next. You just need to make space to HEAR your inner voice more clearly.

This is one of the themes of the Your Next Steps Class (my free class that helps you be more CLEAR and SURE about your next steps - register here if you're not already taking it!)

You already have the answers.

You already have everything you need to move forward.

But you need PRACTICES that help you connect with your inner wisdom and clear all the bullshit away so you can access all of this good stuff.

And you need to be doing the practices every day. They are every bit as important as the outer steps you are taking with your projects. This is the work that keeps your creative engine clean and running well.

I do this work every day in Dream Book and would love for you to join me there.

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Journal Prompt: What is the most loving way you can move towards your dream?

Journal Prompt: What is the most loving way you can move towards your dream?

This Journal Prompt is from the Journaling Cards for Dreamers deck.

This is a deck of 72 richly illustrated journaling cards with insightful questions that spark new possibilities.

No more facing the blank page.

No more using your journal as a place to BITCH about your problems instead of SOLVING them.

No more AVOIDING your journal because you’re not sure what to do!

Journal Cards for Dreamers will teach you new things about how to make your dream real – every time you use them.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

Journal Prompt Cards for Dreamers

Journal Cards for Dreamers guide you towards deep, purposeful, transformative journaling.

You’ll learn new things about yourself, your dream, why you hold back, and how you can make more space in your life for the things you REALLY want.

Tap into the most magical and expansive part of you.

The deck of 72 cards contains 7 cards with creative visualization prompts and 65 cards with journaling prompts.

The cards are 3.5″ x 5″ and illustrated with rich, saturated colours. They come in a cardboard box, with a small booklet with Dream Journaling tips.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

* These cards are printed, sold and shipped from the United States through The Game Crafter. I did the artwork and designed the cards, but don’t have anything to do with printing, selling or shipping so you have to contact The Game Crafter if you have questions about that. I know the international shipping rates are high, at this time there is nothing I can do about that.

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Journal Prompt: How are you using your inner strength?

Journal Prompt: How are you using your inner strength?

This Journal Prompt is from the Journaling Cards for Dreamers deck.

This is a deck of 72 richly illustrated journaling cards with insightful questions that spark new possibilities.

No more facing the blank page.

No more using your journal as a place to BITCH about your problems instead of SOLVING them.

No more AVOIDING your journal because you’re not sure what to do!

Journal Cards for Dreamers will teach you new things about how to make your dream real – every time you use them.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

Journal Prompt Cards for Dreamers

Journal Cards for Dreamers guide you towards deep, purposeful, transformative journaling.

You’ll learn new things about yourself, your dream, why you hold back, and how you can make more space in your life for the things you REALLY want.

Tap into the most magical and expansive part of you.

The deck of 72 cards contains 7 cards with creative visualization prompts and 65 cards with journaling prompts.

The cards are 3.5″ x 5″ and illustrated with rich, saturated colours. They come in a cardboard box, with a small booklet with Dream Journaling tips.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

* These cards are printed, sold and shipped from the United States through The Game Crafter. I did the artwork and designed the cards, but don’t have anything to do with printing, selling or shipping so you have to contact The Game Crafter if you have questions about that. I know the international shipping rates are high, at this time there is nothing I can do about that.

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Journal Prompt: Are you avoiding your shadow?

Journal Prompt: Are you avoiding your shadow?

This Journal Prompt is from the Journaling Cards for Dreamers deck.

This is a deck of 72 richly illustrated journaling cards with insightful questions that spark new possibilities.

No more facing the blank page.

No more using your journal as a place to BITCH about your problems instead of SOLVING them.

No more AVOIDING your journal because you’re not sure what to do!

Journal Cards for Dreamers will teach you new things about how to make your dream real – every time you use them.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

Journal Prompt Cards for Dreamers

Journal Cards for Dreamers guide you towards deep, purposeful, transformative journaling.

You’ll learn new things about yourself, your dream, why you hold back, and how you can make more space in your life for the things you REALLY want.

Tap into the most magical and expansive part of you.

The deck of 72 cards contains 7 cards with creative visualization prompts and 65 cards with journaling prompts.

The cards are 3.5″ x 5″ and illustrated with rich, saturated colours. They come in a cardboard box, with a small booklet with Dream Journaling tips.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

* These cards are printed, sold and shipped from the United States through The Game Crafter. I did the artwork and designed the cards, but don’t have anything to do with printing, selling or shipping so you have to contact The Game Crafter if you have questions about that. I know the international shipping rates are high, at this time there is nothing I can do about that.

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Journal Prompt: What does your dream want for you?

Journal Prompt: What does your dream want for you?

This Journal Prompt is from the Journaling Cards for Dreamers deck.

This is a deck of 72 richly illustrated journaling cards with insightful questions that spark new possibilities.

No more facing the blank page.

No more using your journal as a place to BITCH about your problems instead of SOLVING them.

No more AVOIDING your journal because you’re not sure what to do!

Journal Cards for Dreamers will teach you new things about how to make your dream real – every time you use them.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

Journal Prompt Cards for Dreamers

Journal Cards for Dreamers guide you towards deep, purposeful, transformative journaling.

You’ll learn new things about yourself, your dream, why you hold back, and how you can make more space in your life for the things you REALLY want.

Tap into the most magical and expansive part of you.

The deck of 72 cards contains 7 cards with creative visualization prompts and 65 cards with journaling prompts.

The cards are 3.5″ x 5″ and illustrated with rich, saturated colours. They come in a cardboard box, with a small booklet with Dream Journaling tips.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

* These cards are printed, sold and shipped from the United States through The Game Crafter. I did the artwork and designed the cards, but don’t have anything to do with printing, selling or shipping so you have to contact The Game Crafter if you have questions about that. I know the international shipping rates are high, at this time there is nothing I can do about that.

Journal Prompt: What does your dream want for you? Read More »

Journal Prompt: Where is your dream asking for healing?

Journal Prompt: Where is your dream asking for healing?

This Journal Prompt is from the Journaling Cards for Dreamers deck.

This is a deck of 72 richly illustrated journaling cards with insightful questions that spark new possibilities.

No more facing the blank page.

No more using your journal as a place to BITCH about your problems instead of SOLVING them.

No more AVOIDING your journal because you’re not sure what to do!

Journal Cards for Dreamers will teach you new things about how to make your dream real – every time you use them.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

Journal Prompt Cards for Dreamers

Journal Cards for Dreamers guide you towards deep, purposeful, transformative journaling.

You’ll learn new things about yourself, your dream, why you hold back, and how you can make more space in your life for the things you REALLY want.

Tap into the most magical and expansive part of you.

The deck of 72 cards contains 7 cards with creative visualization prompts and 65 cards with journaling prompts.

The cards are 3.5″ x 5″ and illustrated with rich, saturated colours. They come in a cardboard box, with a small booklet with Dream Journaling tips.

$36.99 USD | Get your deck here.

* These cards are printed, sold and shipped from the United States through The Game Crafter. I did the artwork and designed the cards, but don’t have anything to do with printing, selling or shipping so you have to contact The Game Crafter if you have questions about that. I know the international shipping rates are high, at this time there is nothing I can do about that.

Journal Prompt: Where is your dream asking for healing? Read More »