January Journal Prompts

Whenever I have the ability to pause and ask myself, “How can I be even a little bit better in my day-to-day existence?” it drives me to a straightforward answer: by writing. Thinking about your life and writing it down every day is the best you can do. It accelerates the countless positive changes in your life. The advantages of everyday journaling are perpetual: it produces simplicity, appreciation, self-restraint, care, improves creativity, and tracks the occasions that add to your personal experiences and history.

And afterward, every time I tell myself, “I lack the opportunity and time to write,” as I in this way look over one more mile of social media posts…well, there’s my response.

So, to write more and to carry on with life outside my mobile phone, I’ve made a list of everyday journal prompts. I would cherish for you to go along with me. In January’s prompts, there is a blend of thoughts that I believe will help you in achieving your objectives. Moreover, I hope it will be a bit of fun and a motivation to be grateful every day. Frankly, I’ve attempted prompts previously and been switched off by the absolute measure of time they took. So, I created these prompts to be written quickly or in less than 15 minutes. I realize that I can cut out 15 minutes of my day to accomplish something that will deliver short and long-haul benefits.

Above all, I have likewise planned the prompts to be printed so we can keep them as a bookmark in our journals. Just like everyone else, I found that when I kept prompts as a computerized document and needed to open my PC, I was quickly drawn off-track. I want to get a pen and write as our forefathers would have done, in a traditional way. You should tap the button beneath, print, cut, and fold the journal for ease of use.

I will love to listen if you guys have any ideas for future prompts. Technically, I can’t listen here, so you have to write them here in the comment sections. Waiting for you all!

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I live in Los Angeles with my better half, Dave, and our child, Corey. Each second with them is the acknowledgment of my fantasies working out as expected — and for that? I am so extremely thankful. Hi! I am Diana Rodriguez, the founder, author, and photographer of ATD.

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