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May 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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May’S monthly reflection

CLARITY DECK

Week One

What is a question you have about something in your life right now that doesn’t seem to have an answer - or at least, certainly, not a clear one? Write it down. Now, tell yourself that you actually know the answer to this question. You might have resistance to it; it might frighten you; you might not love the answer, but you do know what it is. If you were to put aside all your feelings about this answer, what would it be? 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 tothe answer you wrote down - 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(s) of your life most impacted by the answer you wrote for yourself.  

Week Two

Each morning this week, draw a Question Card. Take 3-5 minutes (or more if you can!) to write down how this Question connects to the answer you named. What does today’s card teach you about this answer, and your relationship to it? How do these questions help you see a path forward through the murkiness and resistance? On Sunday, 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.

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 Topic Card, and write down ideas and insights that occur to you regarding the relationship between these areas of your life 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 direction of your answer - or, what you have decided you want, based on your reflections this month. Write down these commitments as well as any tasks you need to accomplish to bring them to life.


 
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MAY’S monthly reflection

MOTHERHOOD DECK

Week One

What would help you feel your batteries are recharged this week? Write down three ideas for things that would help you to feel a bit more replenished in a week’s time. Choose one. Create a T Chart on a piece of paper. On the left side, write down anything that has been keeping you from doing this thing for yourself. Now pull three Question Cards. Answer each on the right side, thinking about how this question helps you to resolve those obstacles that have kept you from that which will recharge you. Use this writing to help you move towards giving yourself what you need this week. On Thursday, repeat this exercise, noticing anything that came up this week that stood in your way of giving yourself what you need to feel replenished. Pull a Question Card and write down how this question relates to those obstacles, and what you need to do to move through them.

Week Two

Take out your writing from last week, and revisit your ideas for recharging your batteries, and what might get in the way of doing so. A week later, what worked and what didn’t? Write down your thoughts. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week, pull a Question Card. Write down how you see each question relating to your writing from Monday reflecting on last week, and how these questions offer fresh insights into ways you can more learn from last week’s successes and struggles, and effectively recharge your batteries.

Week Three

Repeat Week One’s activity - choose areas of your life where you’d like to give some TLC, create the t chart, write your thoughts. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, pull Topic Cards and write down how this area of your life relates to the obstacles you see standing in your way of recharging your batteries.

Week Four

Read through all your writing from the past three weeks. Underline any repeated phrases or ideas you see throughout. What are some of the themes around what you need? Around what gets in your way? What are some of the insights you’ve gained around how you can more effectively circumvent these obstacles, and give yourself what you need? Write down one big take-away you can carry with you into June, to help you more easily take care of yourself in the month ahead.


 
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MAY’S monthly reflection

MONEY DECK

Week One

What is stressing you out about money this week? Write it down. (It doesn’t have to be an expense coming up these week, but simply what is currently on your mind and feeling heavy, regarding money.) Pull a Question and a Topic Card. How do these point to the fear or belief that is actually at the heart of your specific stress? What do they help you see is the true thing you’re worrying about? Write down your insights. Pull a Question or Topic Card each morning this week, and use what comes up to help you think about and relate to this worry or belief differently. Before bed each evening, write down any insights, questions, feelings or thoughts that popped into your head throughout the day. On Sunday, use these notes to decide how you want to approach things more intentionally, and with a clear head and heart, next week. Write down a commitment for the week ahead on Sunday evening.


Week Two

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week, pull a Question Card, and write down how it relates to your commitment for this week. On Tuesday and Thursday pull a Topic Card, and write down how this area of your life relates to the commitment you’re focusing on, and the stress you’re resolving which you identified last week. On Sunday, write down your thoughts on what shifts you need to make in order to get closer to feeling less anxious and stressed in the areas you have identified.

week Three

Read through your writing from the past two weeks, and underline or circle any repeated phrases, feelings, images, or ideas you see. What are these patterns telling you about the thoughts and beliefs that relate to your anxieties about money right now? On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, pull a Topic and Question Card. Think about how the combination of these two cards, and the relationship between them, connects to the anxiety you’re working through. What insights do they offer you? Write these down as well.

Week Four

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 to help you continue working through the beliefs and situations you feel stress around.


 
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MAY’S monthly reflection

LOSS DECK

Week One

What is one thing you want to feel, or be different a month from now? Write this down. Pull a Question Card and a Topic Card. On the weekday mornings, write down your thoughts on how this combination can help you shift what needs to change to get you where you want to be in a month’s time.

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. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, pull a Question Card. Write down how each question relates to the patterns you noticed. By Sunday evening, 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 things you want to change, 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.