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My favorite 4 journaling prompts and a freebie* to get you started with journaling

Journaling can be a powerful tool for self-reflection and self-discovery. But for some of us, an empty page in a journal may be intimidating.

Just like we begin to warm up when we start playing any sport, it helps to take your mind for a mind jog! ( A mind jog is when we use some activity to stimulate one's memory or mental acuity.)

Here are some prompts that can help to get the ball rolling and make journaling an easy process for you to enjoy!

If you're new to journaling, start with some prompts to get your creative juices flowing and gradually explore the landscape of journaling.

  1. Reflection: Reflect on your day and write about the highs and lows. ( Draw a graph - just a line. And see where it takes you)

  2. Be inspired: Write about something or someone that inspires you.

  3. Engage in free-flow writing: Write without worrying about grammar or structure, letting your thoughts wander on the page.

  4. Be mindful - Close your eyes, and you may notice thoughts floating around. Gently write down the first few thoughts that come up & continue journalling from there on. It is okay, if the thoughts are messy, and judgmental, allow yourself to experience your inner world.

These prompts are just the beginning, and as you get more comfortable with journaling, you can devise your prompts and make the practice your own.

And as promised, here is a freebie* is here to get you started. Download the zine to begin your journey! In case you are keen to explore, grab a copy of the doodle journal

Digital journaling zine
Download PDF • 846KB

Remember, the most important thing is to get started. Happy journaling!


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