June Monthly Journal

June is traditionally the month of the beginning of summer, graduations, weddings, and Father’s Day….

  1. What is your favorite thing about yourself?
  2. What is on your summer reading list?
  3. What is the most important thing you have learned from your grandparents?
  4. What is your favorite memory of your Dad?
  5. ‘re-read Dr. Jesus’s ” Oh the places you’ll go” and then encourage a new graduate to follow their dream.

~Sallie

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May monthly Journal Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

May -the month for spring, Mother’s Day and for some graduation. Here are some May prompts for your monthly journal:

  • Write about 5 amazing childhood memories that you are grateful for.
  • What memory always makes you smile?
  • What is a challenge you would like to overcome?
  • What special thing would make your Mom happy?
  • How is your garden growing?
  • How do you find balance in your life?

 

~Sallie

Monthly Journal Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

April issues in our new monthly Journal. This new column was inspired by a TV show “Robin Hood” starring Richard Greene. We all walk the road of life. We all need each other.

Some of April prompts are:

  • Make a spring cleaning plan to De-clutter your life.
  • Write how each season effects your mood and energy level.
  • Make a plan for your dream garden.
  • What summer plans do you have?
  • Write the perfect way to spend Easter.

~Sallie

 

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