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March Question Club

Alright friends, get your Decks out! Here are your monthly free guided reflections and activities to help you dig deeper into big life questions, using your Girls Gone Happy Card Decks in new ways. Check out the links below or keep scrolling down to discover a month's worth of simple yet meaningful activities to do in your own time for the Card Decks you own.

 
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MARCH’S monthly reflection

CLARITY DECK

Week One

What is something in your life that feels stale or heavy? Write it down. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, draw a Question Card in the morning. Take 3-5 minutes to write how this question relates to what feels stagnant, and any insights or new ideas around it that you reach by pondering this question. On Tuesday and Thursday, draw a Topic card. Take 3-5 minutes to write your reflection on how these topics relate to the area of your life that feels stale.  

Week Two

On Monday, read through everything you wrote last week, and write a summary for yourself on a fresh piece of paper of your biggest ideas and insights. Between Wednesday and Friday, read this summary and from it, create one new thing to try to bring freshness, light, and energy to the part of your life you wrote about last Sunday.

Week Three

On Monday, read your summary and look for the lessons it offers around which direction to pursue. Take five minutes on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday to pull a Question Card, and write down ideas and insights that occur to you regarding the relationship between these questions and what you wrote over the past two weeks.

Week Four

Choose 1-2 new things to change or try in the coming month that will get you closer to moving in the right direction. Write down these commitments as well as any tasks you need to accomplish to bring them to life.


 
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MARCH’S monthly reflection

MOTHERHOOD DECK

Week One

What is an area of your mothering where you feel like you have a lot of questions? What are some of those questions swimming around in your head? On Monday, write them all down on a piece of paper. Pull a question card for each one. Take a photo of each card and the accompanying question you wrote. This week, take five minutes each day - whether it’s lunchtime, when your kid is napping, or your commute to work - to pull up one photo, and reflect on it. If you’re able to, write down your reflections on a piece of paper throughout the week. On Saturday, write a 1-2 sentence answer to each of the questions you started with at the beginning of the week.


Week Two

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week, pull a Question Card. Write down how you see each question relating to your writing from last week, and offering fresh insights into ways you can more deeply engage with your month's focus, and move through impediments that arise.

Week Three

Read through your notes from the past two weeks. Underline any patterns you see - whether it’s repeated words and phrases, feelings you see throughout, or general big themes. Write these on a separate piece of paper, to help you come up with some clear commitments next week.

Week Four

Think about how next month, you can use your writing and reflections from this month to address at least one of your big mothering questions in a proactive way in April. Commit to at least one practice, action, or activity to try next month that will help you to do this.


 
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MARCH’S monthly reflection

MONEY DECK

Week One

What financial goal do you want to reach by the end of this month? Write it at the top of your paper, and then fold the paper in half. What do you feel is holding you back from reaching this goal? Write this down in one half of your paper. What has helped you reach financial goals in the past? Write this down in the other half. Now pull two Question Cards, and place one next to each half of your paper. Flip them over. How does the question you pulled for what holds you back help you to learn how to move through that obstacle? Write down your thoughts in that half of the paper. How does the question you pulled for what has helped you in the past help you to see what you need to focus on now? Write down your thoughts in that half of the paper.


Week Two

Return to last week’s writing on Wednesday and Saturday; add any new insights you have gained throughout the week. On Sunday, pull two Topic Cards. Write down your thoughts on how these areas of your life could be addressed/what shifts you need to make here in order to get closer to your goals and contend with the obstacles you have identified.

week Three

How are you relating to your month’s financial goal now that we are in the third week of the month? Pull a Question Card on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Write down your immediate responses to them. How do these Questions help you to see with fresh eyes what has been going on for you as you work on this month’s goal over the past few weeks? Write down your insights and ideas each time you draw cards, underneath your writing from Week One.

Week Four

What did, and didn’t work for you this month in relationship to your financial goal? Write these down. Choose 1-2 new things to change or try in the coming month that will help you to keep moving in the direction you desire. Write down these commitments as well as any tasks you need to accomplish to bring them to life.


 
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MARCH’S monthly reflection

LOSS DECK

Week One

Write down 2-3 things this experience of loss has taught you about yourself, that you didn't know before it. Pull a question card and reflect this week on how this question deepens your relationship to your new knowledge. Write down your observations on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday about ways these unbeknownst parts of you showed up this week.


Week Two

Read through your notes from last week. Underline any patterns you see - whether it’s repeated words and phrases, feelings you see throughout, or general big themes. By the end of the week, write a summary for yourself of these themes, to carry into next week.

Week Three

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week, pull a Topic Card. On each day, write down how this Topic relates to the themes you extracted last week. How do these areas of your life relate to the parts of yourself you wrote about, and the themes you noticed? How do the three topics you pulled relate to each other, too?

Week Four

Choose 1-2 new things to change or try in the coming month that will help you build upon the insights and reflections you've had over the past month. Write down these commitments as well as any tasks you need to accomplish to bring them to life.