I’ve been a fan of affirmations for years and I love crafting affirmations specifically for women who write and women who blog.

Affirmations are positive phrases or statements used to challenge negative or unhelpful thoughts.

The notion of the power of positive thinking is as old as the Bible. But within the past few years, this idea has become more popular as reciting affirmations has become a trendy thing to do.

The Science Behind the Power of Affirmations

But does it work? Can reciting affirmations actually help you achieve your goals and change your life?


And it’s not because of magic. There’s actually science behind the power of affirmations.

One of the key psychological theories behind positive affirmations is self-affirmation theory. Through self-affirmation we construct a narrative about ourselves, or self-identity. But it’s not a strict and rigid one. It’s one that allows us to be flexible and accept different roles. Therefore, we can adapt to different situations better and define success for ourselves in different ways, too.

Another piece of the puzzle is self-integrity, which we maintain by acting in ways that merit the praise of the positive statements you’re speaking over yourself. In other words, you’re not going to say “I am a creative and consistent blogger” in the mirror every day and then not update your blog for a month.

Affirmations work because they urge you to act accordingly!

If you’re in need of some positive thinking (and positive action) to keep you going after your goals, here’s my latest collection of affirmations for women who write and blog.

Affirmations for Women Who Write and Blog

I have an abundance of time and energy for the writing I am called to do.

Ideas come to me easily and my words flow freely.

My writing has the power to change lives – including my own.

I am a creative and consistent blogger.

I have the power to write my way to the life of my dreams.

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People are eager to read my work.

I am equipped with the talent and skill needed to write the work I want to create.

I am surrounded by a community of people who want me to succeed as a writer.

I define what writing success means to me.

I am worthy of writing success.

Related Reading: Affirmations for Christian Women Who Write

Every day I am taking focused action on my writing and blogging goals.

My story matters.

I have everything I need to achieve my writing and blogging goals.

I do not compare and despair. The success of others only encourages me.

My writing makes others feel seen, known, and less alone.

What are some of your favorite affirmations?