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Did you know?


Journaling releases stress, keeps thoughts organized, self reflect, boosts immunity, realizes how far you’ve come, celebrates the good, releases the sad and inspires creativity. Just to name some of the massive benefits of journaling.


Oftentimes we can come up against these thoughts that are real and keep us from getting pen to paper. 

“I don’t know where to begin”

“What if it sounds dumb”

“I’m not a writer” 

“I don’t have the time to journal”

“What if someone reads my stuff”


These thoughts and roadblocks are very common to experience. Even though we know the benefits of taking pen to paper is helpful to process emotions and feelings at any given time.

I’ve created these 17 Journal prompts for you in the hopes it will help keep your creative juices flowing.

What I know for sure is this: Remaining consistent with journaling can change your life for the better.

Before starting your journaling sessions, you’ll want to support yourself by creating a space that you feel safe and comfortable to write. Light a candle, pick a favourite spot in the house, grab a tea, your favourite pen and journal and allow whatever it supposed to come out. 


Read each sentence and allow the feelings to flow out.

**Live in the Moment

**Be in the Moment

**We are only promised this Moment


1. What and Who are you grateful for in life right now? Why?

2. What is one purposeful thing you will do today?

3. What are you happy about in my life right now in this moment? How does it make me feel?

4. What are you most proud of in life to date?

5. I love myself for all of these reasons………

6. Today, I’m grateful for this simple pleasure.

7. What’s something true  and genuine about yourself that you want to embrace more openly & and lovingly today?

8. I find I am at most peace when….

9. What’s one small risk/task you’re willing to take in the upcoming weeks/months? What is the first step?

10. What’s something or someone that makes you feel safe? (you can be your complete self with them) 

11. Write down a tradition that you love to be a part of. Explain why

12. What is one favourite memory of your childhood? Describe in detail why it is. 

13. What are 10 different things/experiences that bring you joy.

14. What is one huge moment/time that happened in your life that led to the greatest learning moment?

15. Describe something you learned this past week that you’re thankful for.

16. What is your favourite holiday? Describe it and why.

17. What is your favourite way to enjoy nature?

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