Affirmations for Journaling

June 2

Affirmations can be used on nearly every part of your life. Positive words of encouragement combined with feelings of gratitude and empowerment help us to break free of old ways of thinking and bad habits and change our patterns of behavior. This is especially true when it comes to women’s fitness, particularly regarding losing weight effectively.

Journaling and affirmations go hand in hand. Each is an indispensable tool in helping to reinforce our way of thinking and help us to move forward with positive change. Your brain is the biggest obstacle to overcome and train in order to lose weight. That’s because you have to first break old habits in order to form new and better ones. I encourage everyone to keep a fitness journal and give yourself the gift of affirmations by repeating positive self-talk to motivate and inspire you. Below, I’ve gathered 35 affirmations that will help you to stay committed to your journal. I believe if you will give journaling a try, you’ll realize just how successful you can be.

  1. I write in my journal every day.
  2. My journal makes me accountable for my fitness goals.
  3. I record everything I eat each day in my journal.
  4. Journaling helps to free my mind.
  5. I am much more productive when I journal.
  6. I feel empowered when I journal.
  7. I keep my journal handy so I can write in it when I feel the need.
  8. I unleash my burdens when I write in my journal.
  9. I use my journal to write down all that I am thankful for.
  10. I love my life.
  11. I am thankful for every day.
  12. I am losing weight every day and my journal is the proof.
  13. I feel challenged to exercise when I write in my journal.
  14. I am reminded about eating healthy when I write in my journal.
  15. Journaling helps me to curb my cravings.
  16. Journaling allows me to communicate my feelings.
  17. I feel happier after I write in my journal.
  18. Journaling helps me stick to my diet.
  19. Journaling encourages me to eat healthier.
  20. I am much more successful when I record everything that I eat.
  21. I look forward to writing in my journal.
  22. Writing my affirmations helps me to believe in myself.
  23. Positive affirmations replace the negative thoughts that try to sabotage my fitness program.
  24. My journal is my ally in my fight against unhealthy living.
  25. I believe journaling is vital to my success.
  26. I can fight temptations better when I write in my journal daily.
  27. I enjoy exercising more when I journal to stay motivated.
  28. When I read my journal it makes me happy.
  29. I have achieved great feats and my journal is proof of my success.
  30. I no longer fear defeat because I confess my fears when I journal.
  31. My body is improving every day through a regular exercise program.
  32. I am much more accountable for the foods I eat when I write in my journal each day.
  33. I am no longer overcome by guilt from eating, because my journal allows me to plan and enjoy my meals.
  34. I am becoming physically fit, and my journal helps me to stay on track.
  35. I am making changes in my life and am recording the entire account in my journal.

How do you get motivated for journaling?  Leave a comment in the space below:

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2 Comments

  1. I’ve always known journaling is a good habit but I’ve never been very good at it. I am getting motivated to do it more. Especially a food journal. To be successful at anything it is good to go over your day and evaluate what you need to change to reach your goals and journal is perfect for that. Thanks for the post.

  2. Micah on 06/02/2010 at 4:57 pm
  3. Journaling and affirmations go hand in hand. Each is an indispensable tool in helping to reinforce our way of thinking and help us to move forward with positive change. Your brain is the biggest obstacle to overcome and train in order to lose weight.

  4. themindmedic on 06/30/2010 at 11:46 pm