It has been several months since I began sharing my Journal prompt series. I love sharing these with you and seeing people’s responses to the prompts.
The Perfect Autumn Journal Prompts in particular proved really popular on social media.
One of the reason’s I journal is because I love to use a pen and paper to write. Of course blogging is where my heart is but I love picking up a pen.
I will often write list upon list just to have a reason to write. Well that and because I love a good list.
When thinking about where my next set of prompts were going to take me, with my love of lists in mind, I decided it might be fun to come up with a list to write each day, so here goes.
November Journal prompts
- Top 5 Films
- Top 5 Books
- Best TV Shows of all time
- Favourite things to do
- Ultimate Bucket list
- Favourite holiday destinations
- 5 Things I need to do
- All the countries you’ve visited
- Whats on your TBR (To be read) List
- Skills you’d like to learn
- Goals you have to achieve
- Things you’re grateful for
- Things to do with the children
- Your favourite smells
- People you want to spend time with
- Favourite childhood films
- Best self care activities
- Your favourite foods
- Best memories
- Your weekly meal plan
- What’s currently on your shopping list
- Whats on your wish list
- What are you saving for
- Weekly to do list
- Blog post ideas
- Your favourite words
- Thankful list
- What makes you happy
- A list of Firsts – First kiss/job/album/date/concert etc
- Favourite bloggers
Why a list of lists?
I know lots of people love a list and I feel that it is important to stop and remind ourselves of the important things in life.
By writing a list each day, it’ll act as a reminder for all that we love, all that we hope to do and achieve and remind us what we work so hard for. And maybe it’ll help you to prioritise as well… Bonus!
A journal does not always need to be serious or deep, it is important to enjoy it and use it as a chance to switch off at the end of the day.
I am looking forward to starting this one and using it as a time of reflection.
Happy journaling to you all, I hope you find these prompts useful and most importantly, FUN!