Making a list of your accomplishments can really change your prospective on things. If you're feeling down and nothing seems to be going your way make a list and you'll be able to see all your successes. Who doesn't like to hear about how awesome they are?
To start, decide what time frame you’d like to use.
Secondly, jot down all the different areas of your life to consider. For starters:
Lastly, focusing on each area separately, make a master list of everything you are proud of accomplishing. The list shouldn’t be organized in any particular order; it’s not a ranking.
If you’re a ‘go the extra mile’ kind of person, make a final draft that is worthy of display and hang it in your home where you’ll see it daily. You could do this on a chalkboard or whiteboard with chalk markers, on a sheet of paper, on the front of your planner or even on your phone’s lock screen. Have some fun and make it gorgeous.
If you need some further inspiration to get started, here’s my personal reverse bucket list rough draft:
went a month eating plant based (only the rest of my life to go)
had my volleyball team tell me I was the best coach they've ever had
volunteered teaching underprivileged kids how to play volleyball
married the man of my dreams
created new friendships
taught myself how to cook
working out weekly
ran a half marathon
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