Journal – January 2016

janpicI want to journal more but there are times that I feel unfocused. If there isn’t anything in particular going on, I’m not sure what to write about. All it takes is a few days of that and I fall out of practice. I lose routine really easily.

I decided that I needed to look up journalling prompts. They seem to mostly all be similar unless you’re looking at prompts that are in a certain category (art, bible, etc). I just wanted to have some plain every day prompts. I might use them. I might not. I wasn’t going to pin myself down but I wanted to have a list.

If you go to my Pinterest, you’ll see that I pinned a few in my Journal folder. They’re ok but there are things there that I wouldn’t ever write about and a few things that I find interesting. A few things that I’d like to repeat more. I took their ideas and built my own list. I figured if I was going to take the time to make a list, that I’d share it with you all in case you wanted to journal more too.

Click here for the PDF file of January

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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2 Responses to Journal – January 2016

  1. Amy O says:

    Happy New Year! I’ve been wanting to do something like this too – thank you for sharing your list, I happen to think it is perfect and will be writing along. I love your creative writing prompts – always good to stretch your skills. I decided to do One Little Word (www.aliedwards.com) and the word FOCUS came to me, really think this is just the right companion project.

  2. Laurie says:

    Happy New Year. I love the Habit of Being prompts.

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