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30 Journal Prompts To Help Start Your Morning Routine

For anyone who truly knows me, knows that I do not play with my morning routine. I love my mornings. Everything is quiet, and it’s my time to be alone and center myself. One thing that I have incorporated into my morning routine is –  journaling. I love to write. Journaling has helped me start my day with a sense of stability and control. I think what really gives me anxiety sometimes is the feeling of NOT being in control. So being able to journal and express myself on paper is so therapeutic.

Some days I will journal about something specific, while other days I write whatever my stream of consciousness is thinking about. I allow myself to just be free with my thoughts and let my pen do its thing. When I let go of the thoughts in my head, I feel happier….and it’s a beautiful feeling. 

Before I write, I have to set the mood – I turn on my air diffuser, play some meditation music from the Insight Timer app, and make sure the curtains are open to allow in some natural sunlight. Yall already know I need the sun to survive. Once I’m in the mood, I write. 

In today’s post I’m going to share with you 30 journal writing prompts that you can use when you journal. A journal prompt is a simple statement (like a mantra) used to inspire you of what to write about. Sometimes we have so many thoughts but we’re unsure of where to start. Hopefully this list can help you.

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  1. What are 5 things that I’m grateful for today?
  2. Why do I feel so angry right now?
  3. How can I forgive myself?
  4. Make a list of everything I’d  like to say “yes” to.
  5. Make a list of everything I’d  like to say “no” to.
  6. What would my childhood look like if my parents went to therapy?
  7. How can I break the cycle of generational trauma within my family?
  8. Who makes me feel emotionally safe, and why?
  9. What does unconditional love look like to me?
  10. Describe myself in 3 words.
  11. What are 5 things I’m good at?
  12. What are some of my limiting beliefs that are currently holding me back?
  13. What would my goals look like if I told myself that they are actually achievable? 
  14. What are my greatest fears?
  15. I really wish others knew this about me…
  16. Why do I feel so guilty for wanting to put myself first?
  17. What do I need to let go of right now?
  18. What is something I’ve learned about myself this year?
  19. When I’m in physical or emotional pain, the kindest thing I can do for myself is…
  20. What is one thing I’ve always wanted to try, but was always too afraid to try it?
  21. What is on my mind right now?
  22. I feel most energized when…
  23. I feel really sad and hurt when…
  24. Name 5 people who inspire me to be a better person.
  25. What has surprised me the most about my life so far?
  26. If you wrote yourself a love letter, what is the first thing you’d say?
  27. Why do I feel like I’m misunderstood?
  28. Describe a recent compliment that was given to me, and why it made me feel good.
  29. What are my biggest triggers?
  30. If my body could talk, it would say….

I hope these were helpful to you, and that you can use a few of these when you sit down and journal.

Thank you so much for reading, I appreciate each and every one of you for stopping by!

See you next week,

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