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29 Money Mindset Journal Prompts to Attract More Money

Money Mindset journal prompts attract more money and offer you a chance to uncover your financial focus. Are you ready to transform your money mindset and focus on your best life? 

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Money Mindset Journal prompts

Why Money Mindset Journal Prompts?

It’s time to uncover your true thoughts, beliefs, and attitude around money, finances and everything else around this energy. You need to start changing your money store and to do this, you need to transform how you feel about money. 

What is a Money Mindset Journal?

If you haven’t started a money journal already, it’s time. You need to be honest with yourself on how you see money in your life and your future. It starts with putting pen on paper and seeing what is going on with your finances.

It’s not a journal you show other people. It’s a place where you are honest with yourself and your truth about money. Then you make a way to change your financial situation. There are no right or wrong answers. Only your answer to what the future might hold and how you can continue to be successful. The journals can be purchased online or you can simply start with a piece of paper and a pen. (If you’d like a free mindset journal, check this resource for a download workbook that can get you started.)

If you are ready for the next step to transform your money mindset, grab a pen and a journal and spend 15 minutes today on your new attitude. Then, take 15 minutes every day working your way through some of these money mindset journal prompts until you develop a health look at why money is a positive force to get you where you need to go.

Money Mindset Journal Prompts

  • How you do you feel holding cash in your hand?
  • What are your earliest memories involving money?
  • Describe your relationship with money today in one sentence.
  • If you had $1,000 exactly, what would you do with it? What about 1 Million?
  • Do you believe that wealth is impossible to obtain, and why?
  • What is a memorable experience you have around money?
  • What does the phrase “not enough money” mean to you?
  • What does the phrase “too much money” mean to you?
  • How do you describe your current money situation.?
  • What do you think is the purpose of money?
  • How do you see yourself financially in 5 years?
  • Are you afraid to have money? Describe your feelings?
  • How does having extra money in your bank make you feel?
  • In ten words, describe what financial freedom looks like for you
  • At what point in your life did you feel the richest?
  • At what point in your life did you feel the poorest?
  • What is the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought?
  • How does money bring you joy?
  • What is the most generous donation of money have you ever given?
  • Do you believe it’s a good idea to loan money to others?
  • What is the largest sum of money you have ever received at one time?
  • How do you talk about money with friends and family?
  • What money habits do you find admirable?
  • What money habits do you find disgusting?
  • Do you believe that wealth is hard to obtain, and why?
  • How often do you have feelings of regret after spending money?
  • What is the amount of money you need to earn to feel comfortable?
  • What is the amount of money you need to have saved to retire?
  • What is the best money advice you’ve ever heard?
  • Do you believe in money affirmations?
In Conclusion

Look deeply at your beliefs of money as you answer these Money Mindset Journal Prompts. You journaling will offer insight and showcase the next steps to improve your money mindset and develop a better relationship with money.

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