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Powerful Words and Thought-Provoking Questions: Consistency

Consistency is the agreement you make with what’s important to you. While consistency takes work, it also takes patience, persistence, and mindfulness. Without consistency, there is an imbalance of priorities and effort in what you invest your time doing. What are you consistent with? What are you not consistent with? What does your consistency tell you about your priorities?


Here are some questions to consider when you evaluate the relationship you have with consistency:

1. Are you putting effort, time, patience, and work into what’s important to you?

2. Are you keeping your word?

3. Are you making excuses?
4. Are you considering other people’s needs besides your own?
5. Is there mutuality and balance in your relationships?
6. Are you avoiding or distracting yourself from the things that hurt you?
7. Are those distractions hurting or helping your priorities?
8. Are you keeping up with your distractions or your healing?
9. What can you improve in your relationships, goals, and priorities moving forward?
Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Power, Self-Care, Self-Talk

Journal Therapy Certification!

I finished my fourth certification!

I’m so excited to share that I’ve completed my journal therapy certification! It took so much determination and focus, but I’ve learned so much. I will use what I’ve learned from this course to continue to write engaging content and thoughtful prompts and guided questions BUT ALSO will be adding printables worksheets, cards, and prompts to my Etsy shop!

**You can find all of my certifications above on the certifications page.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Self-Care, Self-Talk

I am Ready to Let Go: An Affirmation

The Process of Letting Go

  • What do you want to let go of?
  • What are you leaving behind?
  • How can you make space within yourself to feel peace and goodness?
  • How do you want to feel?

Affirm that you are ready to let go and move on to make the space within yourself for what you deserve.


My Reflection

I am letting go of:

  • Perfectionism
  • Hopelessness
  • Anxiety
  • What ifs and whys.
  • Toxic bonds
  • Attachments
  • Guilt
  • Regret
  • Shame
  • Rejection
  • Failed relationships
  • Confusion

I now welcome and affirm that I am deserving of good things. I leave behind ignorance, mistakes, and regret. I am ready for new beginnings.

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Defying Shadows: How I’m Overcoming the Fear of “What Ifs” as Someone With Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD

Although my fear of the unknown masked as “what if” questions continue to greet me early in the morning, I can find refuge in knowing I can go to my self-care tools to fight back and be more mindful about the thoughts I encourage.”

Article Link: How I’m Overcoming the Fear of “What Ifs” as Someone With Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Self-Talk, Self-Care, MotivateBySWT

MotivateBySWT Sticker Feature: Pause Mindfulness Matte Sticker

Pause Mindfulness Matte Sticker in MotivateBySWT Etsy Shop

Reminder: Give yourself a moment, pause, and let those negative thoughts go. You are in control. You are powerful. You have the ability to keep going.


Sticker available in MotivateBySWT (Motivation by SparklyWarTanks) Etsy shop now!

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Self-Care, Self-Talk, The Mighty, The Pencil Case on The Mighty

Pencil Case Prompts: What will you NOT do this week?

Sometimes prioritizing self-care means not engaging, participating, encouraging, or taking part in something. What will you not be doing this week?
Let me know in the comments below!

For me, I will not:

1. Encourage negative thoughts.
2. Procrastinate in finishing my certification.
3. Continue to speak down on myself.
4. Push myself when I feel exhausted and need a break.

Join the conversation here in The Pencil Case on The Mighty.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Power, Self-Care, Self-Talk

Defying Shadows: Why Positive Affirmations Are A Good Idea For Building Self-Esteem and Self-Worth

“When you have a conversation in your mind about yourself, how does the conversation go? What words do you use? How do those words and ideas make you feel? Why did you choose those words?”

Article Link: Why Positive Affirmations Are A Good Idea For Building Self-Esteem and Self-Worth

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Potential and Worth, Power, Self-Care, The Mighty

Mighty Toolkit Worksheets!

So excited to share my two Mighty worksheets that were a part of this amazing toolkit launched on The Mighty this month! One worksheet was on self-talk and the other on daily affirmations.

Check out the ToolKit here.

This toolkit is packed with so much free mental health printables, activities, worksheets, and resources. You don’t want to miss out!

Important Note: Make sure when you click the link above to scroll down to find my worksheets shown in the images below.


Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Potential and Worth, Power, Self-Care, The Mighty, The Pencil Case on The Mighty

Pencil Case Prompts Discussion Topic: Creativity

1. What does creativity mean to you?

2. How have you incorporated creativity into your daily/weekly schedule?

3. When you hear the word “create” what thoughts come to your mind?

4. How do you stay motivated in your creative process?

5. If you have a condition, does your condition affect how you express your creativity?

Drop what you think of creativity in the comments below.


Join the conversation here on The Mighty!