Journal Prompt Ideas

I’m one to use my journal as a space for brain dumping — a place where I write whatever is weighing me down or anything I want to document. But when I started journaling I often found it difficult to write anything at all because I didn’t know what to write. So for those of you just starting to get into the habit of journaling or wanting include journaling as part of your routine, I’ve compiled a few prompt ideas to get your brain juices going:

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What I’m doing during social-distancing so that I don’t completely lose my mind

Social-distancing has not only become mandatory but it’s looked down on if you’re seen 2 inches too close to someone. My how the tables have turned. It’s like every introvert’s dream. The introverts are finally not looked down on for refusing to socialize. So being homebound isn’t exactly torture but contrary to popular belief, we do actually enjoy getting out of the house every once in a while just to do things alone. Are you truly even an introvert if you haven’t gone to a movie, a restaurant, or a concert alone? Now we can’t even do that.

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How I Started Journaling Regularly

I used to write in my journal maybe a few times a year. I liked the idea of it and had good intentions of journaling on a regular basis, preferably daily, but I would maybe go two days in a row at the most and then I would forget about it for months on end. Does this sound familiar?

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