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110 Days Of Marvelous Journaling Prompts To Help You Make The Most Of Every Day 

110 Days Of Marvelous Journaling Prompts To Help You Make The Most Of Every Day

"Do you sometimes find yourself just going through the motions, trying to stay one step ahead of the responsibilities that every day brings? If so, embarking on the '110 Days of Journaling Prompts' journey could be a transformative experience for you."

Do you sometimes look back over the week and wonder where it went?

Life is incredibly busy and demanding, so much so that we can find ourselves caught in an endless routine of ‘get up, work, go to bed’.

Trying to meet the demands of any given day with whatever it might happen to include can be exhausting, and often not gratifying.

So how do we change the script so that we get done what must be done, but also inject meaning and joy into our lives?

Journaling provides a way to be more intentional and more in the moment.

With journaling we carve out time to think and reflect on what the day was like, what we want out of our day tomorrow, and goals to create the kind of daily living we desire.

Perhaps you set the alarm for half an hour earlier than usual, or maybe you take thirty minutes in the evening after the kids are in bed.

Light a candle, get comfortable in your favorite chair, grab your journal, and have some quiet, reflective time.

You will find that this small step can make a big difference.

To help you, we provide you with 110 journaling prompts to inspire fresh ideas, self-discovery, goal-setting, and overall health and wellness.

What are you waiting for?

Journal Prompts To Unlock Fresh Ideas

Sometimes I pick up my journal and I just stare off in the distance. It’s the end of the day and I’m wiped, or I tossed and turned all night and my brain feels like it’s barely working.

When this happens, I turn to journal prompts that help to unlock fresh ideas.

I grab my journal and a cup of coffee or tea and give my mind some time to start thinking about the prompt I’ve selected.

Before I know it, thoughts start to come and I forget my fatigue and I write down my reflections.

Journal prompts for fresh ideas are not only useful when you haven’t much ‘get up and go’. They’re also a great way to explore a new idea or get the creative juices flowing when you may have been suffering from writer’s block.

Sometimes a fresh idea can be a wonderful catalyst for positive change whether it be in the sphere of relationships, work, school, or hobbies.

These prompts can be fun or serious in nature. There is such a wide variety, you are sure to find lots to inspire you!

For example, one prompt has you write a love letter to yourself from the perspective of a secret admirer.

This might get you thinking about how you’d like to start carving out a little ‘you time’ and doing things you’d like to explore just for yourself.

Another prompt deals with the issue of drawing a blank.

Take a break and go for a walk, and then come back and brainstorm the problem with fresh eyes.

Check out all of the fresh ideas prompts below!

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30 Journaling Prompts To Unlock Fresh Ideas

1. "Think of a dream you had recently, and write or draw something inspired by it."

2. "What emotions is this situation triggering for me?"

3. "Choose three random words from a book or dictionary and write a flash fiction that includes all of them."

4. "Write a love letter to yourself from the perspective of a secret admirer."

5. "What was the most inspiring thing that happened to me this week?"

6. "What would the ideal solution look like?"

7. "Sit in a coffee place with your journal open and write down interesting snippets from other people’s conversations."

8. "Mindmap the problem at hand."

9. "How can I gamify this problem so it becomes fun instead of challenging?"

10. "Write down a gratitude list."

11. "What would do?"

12. "Start writing whatever comes to your mind and don’t stop until you reach the end of the page."

13. "What’s the most heartwarming thing you’ve ever seen?"

14. "What is the opportunity the universe is giving me by presenting me with this situation?"

15. "Take a break and go for a walk, and then come back and brainstorm the problem with fresh eyes."

16. "What am I avoiding to ask just because the answer might be painful?"

17. "What is my current bottleneck, and how can I fix it?"

18. "What solution have I not tried yet, no matter how ridiculous it may sound?"

"What solution have I not tried yet, no matter how ridiculous it may sound?"-110 Days Of Journaling Prompts

19. "Watch an inspiring Ted Talk and take notes."

20. "Write down a list of random acts of kindness you could do (bonus points: take action and start doing one per day!)"

21. "Write a mantra to help you go through tough times."

22. "Do some meditative drawing."

23. "What negative thought patterns am I getting caught up in?"

24. "Without thinking too much, answer the following question: What is the most present thought on my mind right now, and what does it mean?"

25. "What angle am I not currently seeing?"

26. "Write a letter to a childhood friend."

27. "What is your favorite work of art, and why do you love it?"

28. "Create a spread with your favorite quotes. (Here are some great quotes about journaling itself.)"

29. "Impersonate two conflicting parts of your personality (eg. The Perfectionist vs The Free Spirit) and write a dialogue where they discuss a solution."

30. "Write down a list of songs that ignite your inspiration."

Journal Prompts For Self-Discovery

Life is really one big journey of self-discovery. No matter what age we are, we are always learning about ourselves and our world.

Self-discovery happens when we engage in learning new things, through interacting with others, or when we are challenged to solve a problem.

Yet, self-discovery is more than simply doing new things, or challenging and extending ourselves.

Self-discovery includes being aware of our growth. It needs to register in our minds that we have developed in a particular way.

With self-discovery comes the opportunity for more growth.

For example, if you were to agree to dog-sit your neighbor’s pet while they were away, and you discovered through this experience that you are very good with dogs, then you might decide to get a dog of your own, or maybe start a side gig walking or pet sitting dogs.

Self-discovery is also essential in the growth of self-acceptance. As we discover more good qualities and skills in ourselves, our appreciation for ourselves grows, making us more confident and happier individuals.

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25 Journal Prompts For Self-Discovery

31. "What goals did you have for the last year? Do you still want the same things?"

32. "What is one thing you’ve learned this past year? How did you learn it?"

"What is one thing you’ve learned this past year? How did you learn it?"

33. "What goals have you accomplished that you are particularly proud of?"

34. "Write about some of your favorite memories. Who’s there? What are you doing? Why are they special?"

35. "Write about a time you stepped out of your comfort zone. What did it bring you?"

36. "What are some of the biggest mistakes you’ve made? What’d you learn?"

37. "Write a letter to your child self."

38. "What past experiences are you most thankful for? Why?"

39. "What is something tough you’ve overcome? Write about that experience."

40. "What was your dream job growing up? Is it still something you’d enjoy?"

41. "What was important to you 5 years ago that no longer is? How come? What’s changed?"

42. "Where is your favorite place you’ve been? Why?"

43. "What did you want your life to look like as a kid? Do you still have the same dreams?"

44. "What life skills/soft skills have you built (ie. self-care, communication skills, time management)? How do those serve you?"

45. "Write a letter to your past self."

46. "What was your favorite hobby as a child? Do you still enjoy it?"

47. "What is one thing you’ve learned this past month? How is it helpful?"

48. "What people make you feel the most comfortable? Why?"

49. "When was the last time you showed yourself deep self-care?"

50. "When did you feel the happiest in your life? Why?"

51. "If you could change your past, would you? Why or why not?"

52. "Make a list of life lessons you would tell yourself 5 years ago."

53. "If you would change your past, what parts would you change? Why?"

54. "In the past, what coping skills and strategies have you used? Were they healthy or unhealthy?"

55. "What’s the bravest thing you’ve done? What’d you get out of it?"

Positive Goal-Setting Journal Prompts

Setting goals is an effective way to establish priorities in your life, and achieve improvements.

The prompts in this list will help you to zero in on what you want to improve or change in some way.

For example, the prompt, What are 5 good habits you want to build? encourages us to think about what habits could make us a better parent or partner, more successful at work, or more healthy and fit.

Another prompt has you consider;

If you continued life as you are right now, where will you be in 5 years? Are you happy with that?

Whatever area of your life you wish to focus on there are prompts here to help you make it happen.

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23 Positive Goal-Setting Journal Prompts

56. "What are 5 good habits you want to build?"

57. "What does your ideal home look like? Where is it? Who’s in it with you?"

58. "Write out an ideal day in your life."

"Write out an ideal day in your life."-110 Days Of Journaling Prompts

59. "What career goals do you have?"

60. "What goals do you have for your relationships?"

61. "Make a manifestation list for attracting your dream life."

62. "What self-improvement goals do you have for yourself?"

63. "What do you wish for your life 10 years from now?"

64. "If you continued life as you are right now, where will you be in 5 years? Are you happy with that?"

65. "Create a bucket list for your next milestone birthday. (ie. 20, 25, 30, 35…)"

66. "How do you think you could change the thing mentioned above?"

67. "Describe your “dream life” in detail."

68. "If not happy with the above result, what changes can you make today to get you closer to where you want to be?"

69. "If you could change one thing about your life what would it be? Why?"

70. "How can you change today that will get you closer to your dream life?"

71. "What do you think would make your life happier? Why?"

72. "Where would you like to see yourself in 5 years?"

73. "Write down positive affirmations that inspire you. How can you incorporate these into your life moving forward?"

74. "Look at the 7 areas of life. What goals do you have for each area?"

75. "Break down your 3 main goals into 3 smaller goals each. (ie. “Improve my mental health” could be broken into “less social media”, “drink more water”, “go to therapy”.)"

76. "What are 5 bad habits that hold you back?"

77. "Set 101 goals for the next 1001 days."

78. "Set 3 main goals for the next year. Explain why these matter to you."

Journal Prompts For Mind And Heart Health

COVID-19 led us all to examine our mental health a little more closely. The number of people suffering from high anxiety has dramatically risen in the last few years.

Both physical and mental health are important, and the old adage, “If you have your health you have everything” still rings true.

Most of us wish to improve our physical and mental wellbeing. Physical health can be broken down into the two general categories of what we eat, and movement.

Mental wellbeing encourages us to look at managing stress and anger. What is our outlook? Do we view the world positively or negatively? Do we have a positive mindset about ourselves?

You may wish to focus on either physical or heart health, or mental health, or you may want to do some work in both areas.

The journal prompts which follow have what you need to start reflecting on your present practices, and to establish a plan for improvement.

You may wish to tweak your diet to include more fresh vegetables and fruits, and fewer processed foods.

Maybe you want to build a practice of going for a daily walk during your lunch hour.

If mental health is your focus then practicing meditation, aromatherapy, and listening to gentle music may become helpful habits.

Let the journal prompts help you to find your focus and begin to build positive habits, and a healthier you!

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32 Journal Prompts For Mental Health & Heart

79. "What physical symptoms of unease have I been having lately? What might they mean?"

80. "What would totally accepting my body look or feel like?"

81. "What do I struggle with more: giving or receiving love? Why?"

82. "If your inner child could speak to you, what would they say?"

"If your inner child could speak to you, what would they say?"

83. "What does your shadow self or wounded part of you look/sound like?"

84. "List five things you’re thankful for right now. How can you make being grateful more a part of your life?"

85. "What are your three favorite positive affirmations that help you to feel uplifted?"

86. "If you could do anything empowering right now, what would you do (and why)?"

87. "What does self-love look like to me?"

88. "What thoughts cause my heart to constrict and close?"

89. "How can I incorporate more self-compassion into my daily life?"

90. "What toxic core beliefs do you need to let go of (and replace with healthier self-beliefs)?"

91. "What three things generate a feeling of love in my heart?"

92. "What is my relationship to my sexuality like? Why?"

93. "Write down three things you fear – how can they actually be positive things that may potentially lead you to grow in ways you’d never experience otherwise?"

94. "What makes me feel physically good? (How can I keep doing that?)"

95. "How has my heart been wounded?"

96. "Explore three ways you can set strong boundaries to protect your wellbeing."

97. "If my heart could speak to me, what would it say?"

98. "What kinds of physical self-care do I practice / need to practice more?"

99. "What does my body need right now?"

100. "If my body could speak, what would it say to me?"

101. "What have I been taught about my body and how does that make me feel?"

102. "What do I genuinely love about myself?"

103. "Write about a time your body has protected or helped you."

104. "What’s your greatest strength in this life?"

105. "What topics or areas of life fill me with passion?"

"What topics or areas of life fill me with passion?"-110 Days Of Journaling Prompts

106. "What places, people, or practices help you to feel mentally calm? Why?"

107. "What part of my body do I love the most? Why?"

108. "If I could picture or sense my heart, what would it look or feel like?"

109. "Do you believe in soulmates? Why/why not?"

110. "Reflect on the three biggest lessons you believe your Soul came into this life to learn."

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are "110 Days Of Journaling Prompts"?

"110 Days Of Journaling Prompts" is a curated collection of prompts designed to guide you through a transformative 110-day journey of self-discovery, reflection, and personal growth.

How Does The 110-Day Journaling Journey Work?

The 110-day journaling journey involves daily prompts that you can engage with to explore your thoughts, feelings, experiences, and aspirations. Each prompt encourages deep reflection and helps you uncover insights about yourself.

What Benefits Can I Expect From This Journaling Journey?

Engaging in the "110 Days Of Journaling Prompts" can lead to enhanced self-awareness, improved clarity of thought, increased creativity, stress reduction, and an overall sense of personal growth and accomplishment.

Can I Start This Journey At Any Time?

Absolutely! You can start the "110 Days Of Journaling Prompts" journey whenever it suits you. The prompts are designed to be flexible and can be adapted to fit your schedule.

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