being human,  writing

A Blueprint for Daily Journaling

Though I don’t journal every day I do try to pen something most days and morning pages are great. Some days. (I find them to be useful when I have a lot on my mind or am frustrated by something, but a bit of a waste of time on other days.)

Continually seeking meaning behind my inner life, journal prompts help me get to the heart of what I think and feel. But after spending a lot of money on journal prompt books in the past that didn’t get used, I opted for a standard one-word list last year.  This one word leaves the prompt more open to interpretation than lengthy questions to answer. Some days I use it; others not, and I’ll use special prompts on special occasions: full moons, new moons, equinoxes, solstices, holidays, birthdays, various events, etc.

If you’d like to adopt the practice, my list is included for you above. Happy Journaling and Happy New Year! May it be blessed beyond measure.

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