Writing Prompts

Do you ever feel like you're stuck in your own head? Journaling can be a solid way out. These prompts are your daily guide to cutting through the clutter. Take them one day at a time, and watch as journaling turns the chaos into clarity. Just grab a pen and start writing.

Day 1: Write a letter to your younger self about what you’ve learned about love, loss and life.

Day 2: Write a letter to your future self about what you expect of them.

Day 3: Write about a time you overcame a challenge.

Day 4: Write a letter to your pain.

Day 5: Write a letter to your friend about what you’re feeling.

Day 6: Write down a list of things that are going wrong and things that have gone right.

Day 7: Make a battle plan using arrows on paper showing your end goal and how you’re going to get there.

Day 8: Make a list of things you need right now in the moment in order to heal.

Day 9: Think about the smallest thing you are grateful for, right now.

Day 10: What is one thing You Love about Yourself?

Day 11: Think of a loved one. Imagine them coming to you expressing how low they are… What would be the first thing you’d say to them; and why? 

Day 12: In a world where it’s becoming more common for people to be the same; write about what makes you standout?

Day 13: What makes you different and unique to you?

Day 14: What are some talents or skills that you are naturally good at and enjoy? How do they make you feel? 

Day 15: Write a list of things you’ve always wanted to learn or get better at.

Day 16: Right now you probably feel as though you cannot control your moods or emotions. write a list of things that you DO have the power to control right now in this Present moment.

Day 17: Imagine you could pause time and everything freezes except you. During this time what would work on to make you better equipped to handle the stresses of your current state when time starts again? 

Day 18: Why is it easier to forgive others than it is to forgive yourself? What have you not forgiven yourself for? 

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