Journaling-Memory Keeping\ Self Finding

52 questions  ( And prompts) that will invole digging through your memories, and expressing them on paper. Let’s get started.

  • What are you thankful for?
  • Write about the place you call home
  • What are five things you would like to do more?
  • What is the view from your window right now?
  • A qoute to live by?
  • What was the best thing that happened this week?
  • Write down something that you are stressed baout.
  • A book that has influenced your life?
  • A childhood memory.
  • How do you see the world?
  • Your playlist(s) right now?
  • Write about some of your favorite places
  • What holds you back?
  • A vivid dream.
  • What are you wearing right now?
  • Five things you should do less often?
  • What do you love about yourself?
  • Something you are excited for?
  • Write about someone you love.
  • What fictional character would you most like to be?
  • How have you changed in past year?
  • What are some of your favorite movies right now?
  • Something you are proud of?
  • Write down one regret.
  • What do you feel strongly about?
  • How do you relax?
  • A few small things that make you happy?
  • Best book you have read this year?
  • Write a letter to your teenage self. (Past, present, or future.)
  • 10 Places you would like to visit?
  • What is your dream job?
  • Who would you invite to your imaginary dinner party?
  • Where were you ten years ago?
  • What where your highs and lows this week?
  • A fact about you, that you do not often share?
  • Something you want to remember?
  • How would you like  people to describe you?
  • Write about somone who admire.
  • What do you need to be content?
  • What is one of your earlier memories?
  • What is your favorite song to sing?
  • Three things you do well.
  • What are your priorities in life?
  • One way you woud like to grow in the next year.
  • Write down five wierd things you like.
  • Something that scared you?
  • One thing you dream of doing?
  • What was the last thing you celebrated?
  • Sum up what you believe on one page.
  • What would you be doing if money was no object?
  • Things you love about this time of your life



This VERY long list can help you understand yourself a little bit better, and add some personal flair to your journal, and give you a lot to think about.

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