A useful Perspectiva journal

Today is yours

A quick morning review to help you start the day present and with intention

Remember, what are you grateful for? Bring that with you in your day.
What will be the focus of your day? Try to place an intention to work towards throughout your day and keep track of it. Your day will feel more efficient when you get to bed.

How would my life have been if I had chosen a different career, spouse, or location?
What did I struggle with today?
A detailed description of my favorite moment today (as if I could watch it on a movie).
A past event I'd like to revisit today, either to assign more meaning to it or to make it stronger in my memory.
Which people were important to me today? What's our story together?
What would this look like if it were easy?

It's easy to overthink and over-complicate things. Sometimes taking a step back and assuming there's an easy solution to what's challenging you can reveal a much better path you hadn't considered yet.

What am I reading? What do I think about it so far?
What small thing are you thankful for that happened today?
What partial matches do I have in my life? What type of space might they be occupying?

A lot of times we settle for something that feels like an "okay" in life. A job, a relationship, your car or your level of fitness. It doesn't feel like the possible best but like a "good enough." The problem with accepting those good-enoughs is that they occupy a space in your life, which will mean that a better option which might be available to you, will not be reachable. This is not about constantly rejecting everything in wait for something better; that's also a dangerous path. This is about realizing when you are accepting something subpar and doing so purposefully and not simply out of fear.