The 365 Questions For A Better You, the October Edition are here. It’s time to welcome my favorite season again and some exciting changes.
For the past months, I’ve been keeping my answers to the 365 Questions For A Better You to myself.
I had a lot going on and I needed to do more than just fill up the pages of my printable.
Even “relaxing” questions like “252. Cleaning or ironing?” got my full attention. But they weren’t the only daily entries I did.
The reason for these longer journaling sessions was the movement I had initiated months ago.
Today, I kick off a new chapter in my life.
I’m back to the corporate world.
After more than 2 years working exclusively on my online business, I realized I missed being in contact with others IRL.
I didn’t enjoy being home anymore. Staying at home became stressful.
Believe me when I say that it wasn’t an easy decision, but time proved it was the right one.
To make a long story short, let me tell you that the journey was A LOT harder than I first envisioned. Only daily journaling kept me focused.
And to make the most of my sessions, I set simple but effective rules.
3 topics for daily journaling
I had a lot to write about every single day, still, I decided to limit the topics.
I wanted to stay sane and survive the rollercoaster of emotions I had to deal with on a daily basis. The last thing I needed was to create overwhelm in my routine.
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Therefore, in addition to answering 365 Questions For A Better You, the 3 subjects I stick to when journaling were:
What happened during the day
How I perceived the events
This exercise helped me go through the hardest days and when I look back now, I’m thankful for it.
Below, you find the 365 Questions For A Better You: the October Edition.
Don’t underestimate the power of each question.
You can learn a lot about yourself, your current state of mind, and triggers by simply spending a couple of minutes reflecting about things such as cravings and fears.
I hope you’ll enjoy this month’s prompts too.
274. Favorite piece of clothing.
275. What’s your favorite room?
276. Last sport you practiced.
277. What are your boundaries between personal and professional life?
278. A pet peeve you can’t stand.
279. Your definition of an adventure.
280. What’s your go-to comfort food?
281. Favorite city you visited.
282. What do you generally do during TV commercials?
283. A luxury you can’t live without.
284. Modern or traditional?
285. What country would you like to visit if time and money weren’t a constraint?
286. How do you feel when you’re asked to speak in public?
287. For how long would you stay on a desert island?
288. Consumerism or minimalism?
289. What’s the most interesting place you’ve ever been to?
290. How do people generally describe you?
291. Do you consider yourself lucky?
292. What makes you feel insecure?
293. Your favorite memory from your school years.
294. How good are you in keeping secrets?
295. If you were to write a book, what would it be about?
296. What animal would you like to see in their natural habitat?
297. Have you ever considered Mindfulness?
298. Do you have any regrets?
299. Scariest thing you have ever done.
300. Would you like to become a volunteer?
301. How do you take care of your health?
302. Cooking or eating?
303. What’s your most important project right now?
304. Your latest thought.
Before you go
Can you answer the following question in the comments below, please?
Do you use journaling to prepare yourself for changes?
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