March Monthly Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

March Prompts are as follows:

  • What book did you read over and over again as a child?
  • What new thing have you learned this week?
  • When did you feel truly independent for the first time?
  • Are you looking forward to spring?


January Monthly Prompts

A new year-  New prompts…

  • If you could change just one thing about yourself what would it be?
  • What do you want people to remember about you?
  • Write a mission statement about your life.
  • What makes you unique?
  • How does journaling help you?

December Journal Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

I can’t believe it’s December! While you’re checking over your Holiday Lists, don’t forget to:

  • Write a letter to Santa about all your wishes, hopes, goals and plans with a return receipt requested. Then pen a letter from the Holly Jolly Man describing how to get all of the above.
  • Remember, write, reflect. Think about all the happenings over the past year. Then pick one thing and write about it.
  • Take the phrase “Create _______ right now” Put in the word and write!
  • Write about how you make someone smile.
  • “Life isn’t what you have; it’s about what you have to give.” What is the best Christmas gift you ever gave?


November Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

November Monthly Prompts follow:

  • What has made you a stronger person?
  • When do you feel most at peace?
  • What is one of the best decisions you’ve ever made?
  • What are you thankful for and why?
  • What will have mattered most at the end of your life?

September Journal Prompts

Dear Fellow Journalers,

September always signifies the end of summer and  beginning of autumn. The end of blissful summer beach days, cool evening breeze drifting by and family barbecues. The beginning of school days, New things to learn, crisp fall days and crunchy colorful leaves on the ground.

So it’s no wonder, that this month, so full of contradictions, should beg us journalists to expand our world of writing.

Rachael Wolchin wrote “Be mindful when it comes to your words. A string of some that don’t mean much to you may stick with someone for a lifetime.”

September prompts are as follows:

  • What do you want to do this month?What are you looking forward to?
  • What did you watch on TV this week?Any new shows that caught your attention?
  • Write 3 things that you’re grateful for today.
  • What did you learn today?
  • Did you share something with someone today?
  • What happened to your goals for this month?


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