I AM! An Affirmation Journal            for Boys & Girls

“I am bold, beautiful, and brave. I am stronger than I know and wiser every day.” If you are looking for a journal for your kid that will encourage them to see themselves positively by teaching them the power of their words, then this Affirmation Journal is invaluable to you and to them. Why is it important to develop a daily practice of positive affirmations?

I AM! An Affirmation Journal for Boys and Girls

“I am bold, beautiful, and brave. I am stronger than I know and wiser every day.” If you are looking for a journal for your kid that will encourage them to see themselves positively by teaching them the power of their words, then this Affirmation Journal is invaluable to you and to them. Why is it important to develop a daily practice of positive affirmations?

  • Words are powerful
  • We manifest what we say and believe
  • Kids can be easily influenced by world views
  • When kids feel self-confident, they are unstoppable toward their purpose!
  • You want your kid to be self-confident!

This journal will prompt both boys and girls to write down one positive affirmation each week that they will practice every day. There is also space for them to draw a picture or write about their chosen affirmation for the week. Examples are included like:

  • I am Blessed
  • I am Reliable
  • I am Outstanding
  • I am Worthy
  • I am Nice

    Praise For I AM Beautifully Brown

    Meet the Author

    Renée Ecckles-Hardy

    Renée Ecckles-Hardy has a love for reading, writing, worship, and empowering others to be their best self. Her experiences influence her writing and she always endeavors to be a positive change agent, no matter how difficult the content or topic. Beautiful Nappy-Headed Tar is her first published book set to launch on December 2020. She considers this to be the beginning of published accomplishments. 

    An encourager at heart, Renée is often praised for her positive outlook and a bright smile. She is passionate about helping others recognize their self-worth and the value of the spoken word. Through written and verbal platforms she seeks to inspire others by what she calls The 3 E’s: Encourage-Empower-Engage.