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3 Feel-Good Freebies To Keep You Motivated!

Hello everyone, I hope you're doing well. Today I thought I'd pop in here to give you some extra motivation for the weeks ahead. I know lockdown is keeping some of us super busy, while others are feeling a bit unproductive and maybe even unmotivated right now. Whatever the case may be, here are three freebies you can use to help stay motivated, encourage creativity and inner reflection. 

 

The first freebie I have is a bunch of wallpapers! You'll be able to download, or screenshot, directly from Google Drive. For easy access to one of the collections, click on which one you're most interested in below (you'll still have access to the whole folder!). These can be used as phone wallpapers or Instagram story highlight covers! 

Holiday
Surf
Fruit  
Nature
Plants
Zodiac
Rainbow
Pink 

     Here are some examples of how others have used them

as screensavers/phone wallpapers





 

as Instagram highlight covers

as Instagram highlight covers



The second freebie is a printable journal prompt kit



You can stick it in your bullet journal or keep it in your current journal to spill all your thoughts. The prompts are intended to guide you into thinking and reflecting and to encourage you to recognize the steps you need to take to become an even better version of yourself. You can access it here

The third and last freebie includes cute quotes for your phone. Below is an example of how they look and you can access them all here
 



I've had a lot of fun creating these and even more fun seeing how you're all using them. If you do end up using them on Instagram, please tag me @miah.keleigh!

To keep an eye out on new templates and other freebies, be sure to follow my Instagram where I post regularly. You can access all of my templates in the folder 'Freebies' as shown below. 


All my love, 
Miah 

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