This month, I started a new whiteboard to get really serious about making things happen. (actually, life hack tip - it's an old photo frame with wrapping paper: works just as good!). I took the things I had selected from my 100 Things to do in 2015 list for August, and I wrote them on my wall.
But the one I really took to heart, was my angle message "realise the importance of believing in yourself to manifest success".
I've talked about my manifestation superpower before. And I've talked about how I have struggled with harnessing it, too! But to be really honest, I've always believed in the things I wanted ... but not so much just in myself.
Then a very random thing happened. I was cleaning, and I found my old affirmation cards. I created these cards about five years ago, just before I went on a very big adventure. I wasn't feeling very sure of myself, and I wanted something to boost my confidence.
I wrote out these positive affirmations, printed them on card and then kept them in my backpack for the whole seven weeks I was in South America on my own. And every day, I drew a card and let that message be my guide for the day.
It was crazy powerful. There were times on that trip when I was really down, all alone and worried. But I always seemed to pull just the right message to get my day moving again.
Today is halfway through the month, and I've completed so many things from my list! On Wednesday I'm going to complete one that I honestly thought was such a long shot that I was hesitant to even write it down! Talk about the importance of believing!
But the magic of these affirmations isn't just about me. Everyone I saw last week got to pull a card, and ohmygawd if every.single.person didn't say "holy crap, that is so perfect for me right now", or "oh I sooo needed to hear that right now!". And not just my woo-woo friends, I'm talking about blokey-blokes and women who asked "a WHAT card??".
The obvious next step, then, was to share these cards with more people! So I've made a printable of them for you. Hooray!
The file actually contains two options - there is a single page black version of all the cards if you want to print black and white (and I would recommend onto pretty paper, card stock if you can) and then there is a double sided version if you can print in colour.
Oh. So. Perfect.
Click on the button below and get making your cards. And I'd looooove to hear all about how you use them in the comments below.