25 Money Mindset Journal Prompts to Boost Your Financial Confidence

25 Money Mindset Journal Prompts to Boost Your Financial Confidence

Financial wellness is an important part of our overall well-being, so a simple, yet profound question “How is your relationship with money?”

We can take control of our finances by creating a budget, paying off debt, save money, take on side hustle job or earn passive income. However, having a money mindset is just as critical part managing our finances. Money mindset journal prompts can help you do that.

Benefits of Journaling

There are plenty of ways to improve your money mindset - consuming positive education money content on your social media accounts, pick up books about money, listening to podcasts, and more. However, you still need to start examining your personal relationship with money. 

Money journaling can give you clarity and better understanding of your relationship with money, to help you unpick your money blocks, reduce anxiety around money and ultimately boost your money confidence.

25 Money Mindset Journal Prompts

I encourage you to make yourself a nice cuppa coffee or tea, get comfortable, and spend some journaling on these money mindset journal prompts to transform your money mindset:

  1. What do you need more of in your life?
  2. What do you need less of in your life?
  3. 5 words to describe your attitude toward money.
  4. What do you value most in life?
  5. Describe one toxic person, thing or habit that you need to let go of in order for you to boost your income.
  6. Do you feel guilty about spending money? When?
  7. What does financial abundance look like to you?
  8. What is the ideal amount of money you’d like to see in your bank account?
  9. Do you trust yourself to manage your money? If not, why?
  10. What is the best financial advice that you’ve ever received?
  11. How would you describe your current financial situation?
  12. At what point in your life did you feel the richest & poorest?
  13. What money habits do you find admirable?
  14. What money habits do you find repulsive?
  15. How do you feel about money, describe your feelings.
  16. What is your earliest memory of money?
  17. How would you describe your family’s relationship with money?
  18. What was your approach to money when you first began earning it?
  19. Does talking about money make you feel positive or negative emotions?
  20. What money memory do you think still affects how you feel about your current financial situation?
  21. List 5 financial wins you’ve had recently - big or small, write them down!
  22. Think of your limiting money beliefs, how can you reframe those thoughts into something more positive?
  23. What is your personal finance goals? Long term, mid term, and short term.
  24. What is your biggest money gear?
  25. What makes you feel wealthy?

I hope your journaling will offer insights and showcase the next steps to improve your money mindset and develop a better relationship with money.

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