Half of the year has come and gone, and it is always a good time to pick up a new hobby/habit. Reflect on the first half of 2021 and gear up for the next one by cathartically writing (or typing) down anything and everything that you are currently feeling!
Sometimes you need a little help to kickstart the writing flow, why not make use of these JournalTok prompts for a start?
Whether you’re new to journaling or just don’t have that much time on your hands, the 3-3-3 exercise is a quick and easy way to satisfy your journal needs.
End of the month
With July ending, take the time to reflect on how you felt this month and see what you can do to feel even better in August!
Journal prompts for anxiety
Sometimes it’s hard to explain to other people why you feel a certain way, but when you journal no one else has to read what you write. You don’t need to explain anything to anyone but yourself, and it helps you better understand what you are feeling and its cause/s.
On the other hand, journaling may help you get a better grasp on what you are feeling and better articulate these things to those around you.
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Self-growth is tough, and change is scary. Let these prompts focus your intentions and make the process easier.
Prompts for whenever
In the mood for a more casual and laid-back journaling sesh, without a general theme? Why not try these on for size.
With all these JournalTok prompts, keep in mind that one of the many wonderful things that makes journaling so exciting is the fact that there are no rules! You don’t have to write every day. You don’t even have to write at all, you could draw how you’re feeling if you wanted to. Just have fun with it!
Use journaling to reflect on the months that have gone by, and to manifest for the ones upcoming. Good luck with the rest of the year, you got this!
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