As a creative person, I tend to have a lot of thoughts that keep me from accomplishing the goals I truly need to get done for the day. In the last few years, I’ve found journaling to be an incredible form of self-care. Whether it’s a watercolor journal or a bullet journal, putting my thoughts to paper keeps me grounded. Now more than ever, it’s been a practice that allows me to keep showing up for myself and others during this difficult time. Below are three simple journaling prompts you can try! All you need is a pen and a piece of paper. If you want to get super creative, feel free to grab a ruler to make straight lines or pick out your favorite supplies (I have a few favorites in my Amazon Shop!) to add some color!
Journal Prompts To Try: Gratitude List
Now more than ever, I’ve been more intentional about finding little things to be grateful for. When we put things into perspective, there are actually a lot of things we have that we take for granted. A gratitude journal is a great way to acknowledge those little things, so we see quarantine as a privilege, not a punishment.
Journal Prompts To Try: Monthly Bullet Journal
A bullet journal is a great way to creatively lay out the things you want to accomplish or remember for a length of time. You can include a calendar, a reading list, a goals list, a habit tracker, a budget plan, a bucket list for the month – the options are truly endless! I love making one as a way to keep up my creativity. I’m constantly dreaming up new ideas to include!
Journal Prompt: Highlights of the Month
This journal prompt is one of the best ways to end the day! Use some time in the evening to summarize the best part of your day in one sentence. Even if it was small, you’ll have a full page to look back on what brought you joy during this difficult time.