Self-Care Journal for Women: Prompts and Practices to Reflect and Embrace Your Best Life (Paperback)

Self-Care Journal for Women: Prompts and Practices to Reflect and Embrace Your Best Life By Megan MacCutcheon, LPC, PMH-C Cover Image

Self-Care Journal for Women: Prompts and Practices to Reflect and Embrace Your Best Life (Paperback)


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Make yourself a priority with journal prompts for self-care

Self-care is essential to feeling happy, healthy, and balanced in all areas of your life—but it’s an easy thing to overlook when life gets busy. This journal for women is full of insightful writing prompts and exercises that encourage you to pause, reflect, and take time to put yourself first.

What sets this journal apart from other self-care books for women:
  • Guided journaling—Go beyond open-ended journaling with thought-provoking questions and affirmations that help you focus on your goals.
  • A fresh perspective—Dig deep with entries that explore nuanced topics like coping mechanisms, asking for help, and how you talk to yourself.
  • For all women—Find simple suggestions for practicing self-care in every aspect of your life, no matter your age, location, or lifestyle.

If you’re facing a tough time, or just looking for a little more balance in your routine, this guided journal can light the way.
MEGAN MACCUTCHEON is a self-help author, licensed professional counselor, and certified perinatal mental health practitioner. She’s passionate about helping people achieve a better quality of life by healing from trauma, improving self-esteem, managing anxiety, and decreasing depression. For more information and to access her workshops, please visit
Product Details ISBN: 9781638781196
ISBN-10: 1638781192
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: March 29th, 2022
Pages: 172
Language: English
“Finally, a journal that feels like you are walking the path to betterment along with an expert and friend. Self-care is a hard ask for many people with busy lives, but this journal is mapped out to help you heal, grow, and learn about yourself in a way that is doable and gentle. It provides coping strategies and thought-provoking prompts to encourage change and movement. Self-care is split into categories so you can find new ways to learn to care for yourself and find methods that help. It is not just about ‘doing something’ but about processing and giving yourself a moment to feel, to heal, to learn. This would be an amazing journal for anyone ready for change or not. I plan on using one for me and suggesting use for friends and patients. I simply love it!” —Dr. Annie Rohr, PsyD, LMFT, author of A Promise: A Vow of Love to Baby and a Message of Hope for Mom,

“With guidance for self-reflection in many areas of our multi-faceted lives, this book is a valuable resource for any woman wanting to learn more about and prioritize herself. Megan provides thought-provoking exercises and affirmations that will help improve your relationship with those around you, and more importantly, with yourself.” —Rebecca Allen, motherhood photographer

“As a pelvic floor physical therapist, I understand the mind-body connection and that our emotions and stresses can end up contributing to physical issues. I encourage my patients to perform self-care activities and reflect on their emotions so that they can feel better both mentally and physically. I love this journal because it offers all categories of self-care and gives you prompts to make the process easier. I would recommend this book to any of my patients to help them work through their own issues and allow them to heal completely.” —Katie Bayer, PT, DPT, owner of Transition Physical Therapy, LLC