June Monthly Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalists,

All months are important. All months have special days and events to celebrate and yet June seems to have a bit more than others. For instance, there’s weddings and conversely anniversaries. Graduations and new beginnings. Love and friendship, travel, new growth. So, it’s hard to pick just one theme to concentrate on so here are a few prompts I picked. I’m sure you have a few you could add too.

  1. What are you excited about this month?
  2. List your 10 favorite foods that remind you of summer?
  3. What’s on your summer reading list?
  4. Visit a park and write about what impresses you.
  5. What was the best advice you got from your Dad.
  6. Plan a “stay cation” for the last week of summer. What does it include?
  7. If you have a song that always reminds you of summer, play it slot. Mine is Kenny Cheney’s “Summertime”. Play it and you’ll hear what I mean.

~Sallie

Journal Prompts for May

Dear Fellow Journalists,

5 Journal Prompts for you:

What are your 3 biggest goals for this month?

What form of art or artistic expression are your favorites?

Write about your ideal spring day. What would you do? How would you feel?

What brings you joy

If Mother’s Day is hard to live through this year, write about how you plan to get through the day.

~Sallie

Covid-19 Prompts for October

Dear Fellow Journalers,

5 timely prompts for this month:

  • What do I know to be true that I didn’t know a year ago?
  • If someone described me, what would they say?
  • When I look in the mirror, what do I see?
  • Why am I doing “x”?
  • What can wait until next week?

~Sallie

September Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

Monthly Prompts are back!

  • What feels hard right now?
  • What personal strengths can you lean on in hard times?
  • Make a list of 20 things that make you smile.
  • The words I’d like to live by—-
  • What inspires you?
  • The poem I love the best is —

Mindfulness prompts for August

Dear Fellow Journalers,

Here are some prom prompts for this month. They are a bit different from previous months due to our “New Normal”.

  1. What am I grateful for today?
  2. Who am I checking on today? (Pick 3 people)
  3. It’s not social distance we need, it’s social solidarity while we maintain physical distancing.
  4. What expectation of “normal” am zzz I letting go of today?
  5. How am I getting outside today?
  6. How am I moving my body today?
  7. What beauty am I creating, cultivating, or inviting in today?

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