Self-reflection is one of the defining elements of the Passion Planner, with signature features like the Passion RoadMap and Monthly Reflection pages. Reflecting and journaling can be helpful in improving your mental health by preventing overthinking. You can never over-reflect, especially when it comes to building a life that feels authentic and meaningful to you.
We developed the Weekly Reflection PDF with you in mind, a fresh way to remain motivated and inspired. As always, the Weekly Reflection download is free, and available in Small, Medium, and Large sizes to fit conveniently into your Passion Planner. The eight prompts are centered around maintaining a consistent self-care and gratitude practice. Here’s a breakdown of the questions and the purpose behind each.
“What was your favorite moment this week?”
(To celebrate the little things.)
“Who or what are you grateful for this week?”
(To appreciate what you have.)
“How did you practice self-care this week?”
(To put yourself first.)
“One moment where you helped someone:”
(To recognize your gifts and talents.)
“One moment where someone helped you:”
(To acknowledge the value of support.)
“Who or what is keeping you motivated and inspired this week?”
(To fuel your ambitions.)
“What’s something positive from this week that you can bring into next week?”
(To keep the momentum going.)
“What do you want to let go of before next week?”
(To lighten your load.)
With the season of Thanksgiving upon us and New Year’s just around the corner, there’s no better time to begin appreciating yourself and how far you’ve come.
Download the Free Weekly Reflection PDF here!
Paula Votendahl is a Content Marketing Specialist with Passion Planner. In her free time she enjoys Passion Planning, eating Hot Cheetos, and watching British period dramas.