Journal Prompts – Week Six

We are in the sixth week of the year and the first week of February. Amazing! I hope the year is going well for all of you and that you are blessed with friends, family, and loved ones around you so you can get through the trials and overcome the insanely crazy times that come our way and try to pull us under.

Let’s continue to do the things we love, and work on using our voices through our writing, speaking, art, and how we show up in this world.

As promised, here are your weekly journaling prompts. When I do the prompts myself before sharing them with you, I set a timer for 15 minutes and see what comes out in my journal. This week, I recorded myself sharing my responses aloud so I could work on my ability to share thoughts verbally without thinking them through first. There are no rules around how you use them, but this is a good way to begin if you are new to using prompts.

Let’s jump in!

Under each of the graphics, you will find the prompts in typed out so you can see them clearly if the font is too small in the picture or if you want to copy and paste them for your response. I hope this helps make the prompts accessible to as many of you as possible.

Reflective Journaling Prompts

Reflective Journaling Prompt 1

A picture of a gift.

Write about a gift that change your life. What made it so special?

Reflective Journaling Prompt 2

A group of friends.

Write about your friends. What makes them special? What can you do to invest more into them and receive more from them? How can you make 2022 the year you go deeper with them?

Creative Writing Prompts

Creative Writing Prompt 1

A picture of a cracked door.

Write about what’s on the other side of the door.

Creative Writing Prompt 2

A group of people walking across a street.

Write about what’s happening in the photo.

If you read this far, be sure to drop your blog link in the comments below. I’d love to stop by and read your posts this month.

Let’s truly engage this year as we grow together in our writing!



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