21DJC Day 20 – What Limiting Beliefs Are You Holding On To?

This is Day 20 of the 21-Day Journaling Challenge (21DJC). The challenge is over but you can still do the tasks in your own time! Visit the overview page for all Journaling Challenge tasks and posts.

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Hi everyone – Welcome to Day 20 of 21DJC! 🙂 We now have 1 day left till the end of the challenge!


Yesterday’s question was: “What Words Best Describe You?“. (Read the responses.)

Here are some beautiful answers from our participants:

““Honest” and “Jolly” are the two words which describe me the best. Being Honest to myself and to the world gives me a satisfaction from deep inside. 🙂 It really feels great to be Honest. 🙂 As my nature is very jolly, I get mix with everyone….most of them always tells me that “you are a jolly and lovable person”. Obviously being lovable makes me proud of myself. 🙂 ” – Kamal

“This one is easy- my word would be Sunshine Kid, because that is my nickname! There are other words, too like charming, optimistic, smiling, smart-worker! But nothing comes close like my nickname.” – Anu

“Forgiving and unconditional acceptance. I always try to see the soul people rather than what they look like. I tend to read the heart. Creative and eccentric. I want to be memorable, if only to myself.” – Mary Jane Hoover

“Creative. Positive. Imaginative. Caring. Optimistic. Individualistic. Compassionate. Sincere. Thankful. Artistic. Mindful. Honest. Understanding. Loyal. Smart. Original. Thoughtful. Alive. Clean. Respectful. Visual. Geeky. Appreciative. Empowered. Musical. Loving. Pesty. Inspired. Tall. Caucasian. Male. Inquisitive.” – Glenn

“If I could pick a few words that I think describe me, I would choose:Patient, Honest, Optimistic, Creative, and Loving.” – Kimberly

“Godly, Christian, cerebral, analytical, spiritual, curious, philosophical, responsible, loving, organized (wasn’t always ), deep-thinking, caring, adventurous, trusting (too trusting), tired, happy, positive, strict, kind/generous, forgetful, anxious, semi-jaded, reliable, humorous, exacting, not into following rules and norms.” – J

“Observant, intuitive, adventuresome, playful, dreamer, lover, mostly happy, always seeking to experience more of everything.” – Charles

“Integrity, discipline, loving, honest, optimistic, adventurous, trusting, reliable, organized, self-expressive” – Aparna

“Positive. Appreciative. Compassionate. Considerate. Helpful. Caring. Philosophical. Spiritual. Dreamer. Dependable. Responsible. Have a sense of humor. Quiet. Shy. Friendly. Adventurous. Makes hasty decision sometimes. Cannot stand people who will not put in an extra effort in whatever they’re doing. Neatness freak.” – Asni

“”Restless until its done” are the words that describes me. I am one person that will never go to sleep before i get whatever i have to do, completed. I am like a child that will never stop nagging their parents until they get that new bike they just seen in the window shop.” – A. Sendijja

“This one is easy- my word would be Sunshine Kid, because that is my nickname! There are other words, too like charming, optimistic, smiling, smart-worker! But nothing comes close like my nickname.” – Anu


Words which I feel best describe me are… Passionate. Driven. Genuine. Heart-centered (in terms of following my heart/intuition and being love-based). At peace; Living in the now.

With that said, let’s now move to our 2nd last question for 21DJC!

21DJC Day 20

Today’s question is a precursor to one of the important tasks we are going to work on in the upcoming Live a Better Life in 30 Days Challenge. During next month’s 30DLBL, we will be unearthing the limiting beliefs blocking us in our goals, dissecting them one by one, and working to reverse them into empowering ones.

But for now:

What Limiting Beliefs Are You Holding On To?



Every one of us has limiting beliefs that hold us back from reaching that next level in life. What are yours?

(Today’s question can be found in #65 of 101 Important Questions To Ask Yourself In Life.)

Your Task Today:

  1. Reflect and answer today’s question. There’s no word limit – whether minimum or maximum. Write as few or as many words as you want. It’s all up to what you want to express!
  2. Share your answer. After you are done writing, copy and paste your answer in the comments area and post it there.
  3. Check out other participants’ answers. Other participants will be sharing their answers too, so feel free to read and reply to their answers. This is a group course, so let’s support each other in these 21 days.
Look forward to reading your answers!
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