29 Day Elul Introspection Challenge (+ Worksheet with Prompts)
Elul is supposedly a month which is meant to be dedicated to introspection and positive change, but it often passes by without us even noticing. Weekday synagogue attendees might be inspired by the daily shofar blasts and extra prayers (called selichot), but this doesn’t seem to apply to most women.
It is easy to forget that Elul is an introspective opportunity.
To help us, I created a 29 Day Elul Introspection Challenge. There’s a reflective prompt for each day for you to consider.
I used the “wheel of life” idea (this is a coaching tool that I use with clients) to create categories. These categories are one way of describing the parts of our life.
You can write your answers in a journal or simply reflect in your head on each one for a few minutes a day. Keep the list on your fridge, on your bathroom mirror, or night table to be sure you’ll see it during the day or before you go to sleep.