Step into your power.
The Me-est Me Journal is the ultimate workbook for reconnecting with your most authentic self. Discover your inner self with this step-by-step guided journal filled with 88 pages of prompts and interactive exercises.
Perfect for anyone in a transition or ready to do the inner work. This journal is a pathway towards self-reflection, shedding old parts of yourself, and embracing your true self.
THE SELF DISCOVERY YOU DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE CRAVING.
THE PROMPT QUESTIONS EXERCISE YOUR IMAGINATION AND REVEAL SIDES OF YOURSELF YOU WOULD HAVE MOST LIKELY IGNORED.
THIS JOURNAL FEELS LIKE I'M BEING CRADLED IN THERAPY. IN A GOOD WAY.
IT'S LIKE TAKING YOURSELF ON A DATE AND GETTING TO KNOW YOU BETTER.
IF YOU WANT TO GO ON AN EMOTIONAL RETREAT OF RECONNECTING WITH YOURSELF IN YOUR OWN HOME, OPEN THIS BOOK.
THE START OF A BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR MOST INTIMATE SELF.
I created a journal using the tools that helped me when I got divorced and quit my established career path in the same year... which happened to be the year 2020. Talk about a whirlwind! Suddenly the two things I identified with for a third of my life had shifted and I had no clue what to do next. I decided to create the Me-est Me Journal using the prompts and exercises that helped me reconnect with myself when I really needed them.
My superpower? I learned years ago that I’m able to connect with people pretty quickly upon meeting them. It’s wild some of the stories people have shared with me before even sharing them with their closest friends or family! I learned that by showing up as the me-est me, the most authentic, comfortable, honest version of myself, I can create space for you to show up comfortably too... to be your version of the me-est me. So, I created a journal to assist in just that.
The questions used throughout this workbook helped me get to know myself after a major life transition. They helped me get grounded in me and celebrate parts I had overlooked when I hit “hard restart” on my life. I wanted to create something that anybody could use to reconnect with themselves and celebrate their version of the me-est me.