Powerful Journal Prompts to Start Your Day

Journaling is a great way to start your day off on the right foot. If you’re not sure what to journal about, we’re here to help get you started with some powerful journal prompts to start your day.

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Journal Prompts for Anxiety

“What is something that I’m afraid of right now? Is it something that’s within my control or is it out of my control? If it’s in my control, why worry? If it’s out of my control, why worry?”

“What are my fears trying to tell me? Is there something I’ve been neglecting that I need to pay more attention to?”

“Am I letting fear control me? If so, in what ways am I allowing this? What can I do to take charge of my fears?”

Journal Prompts for Moving On

“What will it take for me to let go? Am I aware that letting go is a process that takes time? Am I allowing myself grace during this time?”

“Can I picture what my life will look like on the other side of moving on? What do I see for my future? What feelings will come up? What will my daily life look like?”

“Am I allowing myself to fully process and grieve what I once had?”

Journal Prompts for Inner Peace

“When and where do I feel the most at peace? Can I picture this place in my mind? Do I feel the peace radiating around me?”

“What in my life is taking away from me feeling at peace? Are there things I can do to get rid of what’s standing in the way of my inner peace?”

“Can I make time for myself today to invite peace into my heart?”

Journal Prompts for Happiness

“What makes me feel happy no matter what? Whatever it is, can I feel that happiness today?”

“What are ways that I can make myself feel happier today? What are ways that I can make others feel happier today? When will I do these things?”

“What’s standing in the way of my happiness? Why do I allow things in my life to stay that I know cause me to feel unhappy?”

Journal Prompts for Gratitude

“What are 3 things that I’m grateful for today?”

“Am I grateful for the day I had yesterday? Are there things, even if they’re small, that I can look back on and feel gratitude towards?”

“Am I feeling grateful for the life that I have? If not, what’s holding me back? Why can’t I allow myself to feel gratitude? What steps can I take to encourage more feelings of gratitude in my daily life?”