Journaling has been proven to have many benefits and yet it can be difficult to know where to start. Thought provoking questions can help with this and it is for this reason we included Journal Prompts and space to answer them, in our book.
Journaling may be something that you want to do daily, or just when you are overwhelmed, emotional or have some things to deal with. The action of writing down thoughts can really help you clarify your feelings and emotions. It helps the brain to clarify all the thoughts that can be tumbling around, that are distracting and make a good night’s sleep more difficult.
Here are some additional journal prompts for you. If you like these, you can find more in our book.
- What brought me joy today? What would bring me more of this?
- What am I tired of? What can I do about it?
- What one thing would most improve my health this week? / What action can I take today to regain some balance?
- Who am I comfortable talking to about my health and why?
- What do I tell other people that I don’t do myself?
- My best three character traits are?
- What are the characteristics that I admire most in others?
- How do I demonstrate to others that they are important to me?
- How do I feel about saving money for the future or unexpected events?
- If I were to die tomorrow are all my financial affairs in order?
- How do I feel about having a money plan for the week/month/year?
- How do I feel about giving money to charity? What charities would I like to support?
- What do I enjoy doing that doesn’t cost money?
- What would my ideal work day look like? What would need to change to achieve this?
- What changes am I ready and willing to make?
Journal prompts for Summer:
- What do you want from the summer? How do you want to be spending your time?
- Who is the happiest person you know? What characteristic helps them be that?
- What is one struggle and one success you have faced in life? What did you learn from each?