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Self-Discovery Journal Prompts

You have permission to take some time for yourself. Did you know that?

Use these journal prompts and do a little self-discovery. It's the beginning of the journey to clarity, and a life that feels too good to be true. And it's free, a gift from me to you!

 
 
 

 
 

Daily Affirmations

Need to remind yourself sometimes that you're worthy of a life that is filled with beauty and joy? Or that you have what it takes to make that possible?

Download this affirmations printable, and repeat these affirmations to yourself when your heart is filling with doubt. I'm here for you, and you should be here for you, too!

 
 
 

 
 

Purge Worksheet

Trying to get organized around your office or in your home? It can be really helpful to have a list of guiding questions that give you the same standard for every item you're thinking of purging.

Use this template of questions to help guide your next purge. Once you get into the habit of asking these questions, you won't need the worksheet anymore, and you'll find that surrounding yourself only with helpful items that bring you joy is simple!

 
 
 

 
 

Download your free printable daily planner at caitlinearle.com!

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Blog Posts from Caitlin Earle, life and business coach in Ossipee, New Hampshire
 
 


 

 

Nice to Meet You!

As I type this, I’m standing on the precipice of launching my Life + Business Coaching website. I feel excited and truly, honestly, just plain happy. I’m at the beginning of this journey and yet, I feel FULFILLED.

It wasn’t always that way. I used to get up, go to work, do my thing, come home, watch tv, go to bed. Rinse. Repeat. I was in the insurance industry, working 9:00-5:00ish, making a nice salary. I sat in an air-conditioned office with great coworkers, and I had vacation time, health insurance and a (401)K. Externally, my life was full. Internally, I felt empty. My life consisted of this really annoying cycle in which I’d feel discontent, then there would be a small shift in my external environment – like a raise or a new car, I’d be happy for a while, and then I’d arrive right back at discontentment.

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