I created the Mind + Body Inventory for myself because I wanted to keep track of my mental & physical well-being. I was tired of struggling to remain consistent, constantly feeling like I was just running in circles & beating myself up for not being able to stay on track.
This Mind + Body Inventory is a weekly check in with yourself to do an evaluation of what is going on in your life & how you are feeling mentally, emotionally & physically.
Making it a habit to keep track of where you are mentally, emotionally & physically has many benefits including:
- You create a baseline for yourself. Meaning, you understand where you are & where you should be focusing each week.
- You track your progress & understand where you are each week. In tracking your progress, you will be able to see just how much progress you have made- even the smallest accomplishments!
- If you notice that you have fallen off, this weekly check in allows you to create awareness so you have an better idea of what needs to be done moving forward. Trust me, it’s much more productive than beating yourself up! <3
Beating yourself up for “falling off track” when life throws you curve balls isn’t productive. This weekly check in with yourself isn’t to make any progress go in a perfect straight line. Instead, it’s supposed to help you remain in awareness about what’s going on & give you an idea of what you need to do in order to keep continue moving forward.
What I have noticed since implementing this weekly strategy:
- It keeps me accountable
- I’m able to see & celebrate even the smallest accomplishments that I wouldn’t have acknowledged otherwise
- I’m able to pinpoint the mind/body connection so I know what’s going on- awareness is so important!
- I’m better able to come up with a productive plan
- Step-by-step guidance & explanation on how to complete the weekly check in
- Various recommendations to follow or to help you develop your own system
- Printable worksheet to help you complete your check ins
- Bonus goal setting worksheet
>> For even more information on what to expect in this guide, read my blog post My secret strategy to staying consistent, avoiding stress & overwhelm <<