Positive Beginnings – Journal Prompt #2



Having positive inspiration around you does wonders for your soul! I have an entire notebook filled with inspirational quotes, pictures and stories. I always open it when I feel I need a little pick-me-up in my day or if I just need some good soul food!

Find your favorite inspirational quote and journal about it! Write down why you love it, how it makes you feel and any other feelings! Make sure you tag this page in your journal as you can always refer back to this page when you need a little positive energy!

Here are some of my favorite inspirational quotes:


stay calm



never give up



Happy Journaling!

XxOo – Tasha


Positive Beginnings – Journal Prompt #1



Well hello 2014!
The start of a new year always brings about a sense of excitement and positivity in the air, don’t they?! Don’t let this NEW YEAR pass you by – this year is yours and I hope you grab it by the horns! To help inspire you, let your dreams grow and make the most of every opportunity, journaling is the perfect tool to use!

To start you off on your journey and help you stay motivated while you’re journaling, I am creating a new journal prompt each day in 2014! I hope this will allow you to stay focused and motivated all year long! Whether you want to journal in the morning with a hot cup of coffee, during the middle of the day or at night before you turn into bed, use these prompts when you need some help writing.

Journaling Prompt #1:

It’s January 1st – Explore your dreams and goals! What are you wanting this year? What do you want to accomplish? These can be as detailed or as simple as you like! Remember: writing your goals down on paper is making a promise to yourself that you are worthy of accomplishment and happiness! Need some extra help writing out your goals for 2014? Check out my Goal Writing 101 post!

Happy Journaling!
XxOo – Tasha


Journal it out!



Today was a little challenging for me. Emotionally I was not in a very good place for a little bit. I was frustrated, angry and lost, and stuck in a place that I didn’t want to be in. I was sitting there trying to complete my work and I had this huge negative cloud over me. I had a good mental bitching session with myself (which really does nothing) and then I tried to think of a way to get out of my pity party… and fast!

I instinctively opened up a blank work document and just started to write. I wrote whatever I was thinking! Good, bad, ugly… it didn’t matter! I was the only one that was going to be reading it – there was no judging or critiquing. It was me being venerable, open and honest. After I was done I sat there and read it and then read it again. It was finally making sense and I was able to let go of it. I emailed it to myself (for a learning tool), deleted the document and picked up where I was with my work.

You guys, this is why journaling is SOOOOO effective in your daily living! And why I always have a notebook with me at all times. When you have negative thoughts, or any thoughts for that matter, you need to get them out of your mind. Thoughts that are just floating around in your head are just that… thoughts. And a lot of the time they can cause confusion, procrastination and over time your mind becomes so polluted that you cant even concentrate. Plus, a lot of your energy will be used and wasted by circling these thoughts over and over in your head.

When you take a few minutes to write your thoughts down you are releasing them from your body and your soul. Get those negative thoughts out of you!!! You don’t need them nor do you want them!!!

think happy