Writing Wednesday: Daily journaling prompts for April

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If you are struggling to find things to journal about, here is a list of journaling topics for every day in April! This gives everyone some new ideas for journaling, and can help take the pressure off to think of something to journal about every day. I thought this would be fun to do here on Quo Vadis blog, especially for folks doing our Page Per Day Challenge. If you like it, I can do it each month!

Here are your daily topics to write, draw, collage or paint about for April 2016. If you like, you can share your answers with us on the Quo Vadis Page Per Day Challengers Facebook group!

1: What are your goals this month?

2: What are your favorite things about April?

3: What seasonal changes are happening where you live? Birds, flowers, events, etc.

4: List some things you can do to fire yourself up on a Monday morning to get your week off on the right foot!

5: Create a reading list for your days off. Which books have you been meaning to read?

6: Sum up today in six words or less.

7: What is the most physically challenging thing you have ever done?

8: What are you going to do this weekend?

9: Plan your dream vacation: where would you go, what would you do? Could you do it next year?

10: Call a family member you haven’t talked to in awhile. How are they doing?

11: Write a list of all those little things you’ve been meaning to do.

12: Plan a get-together with friends you haven’t seen in awhile. Who will you invite? Where will you meet?

13: Write a poem about today.

14: Look up something you’ve been wanting to know more about, and write down what you found.

15: Mid month review! How are your goals coming along?

16: If you could do anything at all you want today, what would you do?

17: What are your favorite things to do on a Sunday afternoon?

18: How is work going? What can you do to be more productive?

19: What are your favorite songs right now? Why do you like them?

20: What were your favorite things to do when you were 10 years old?

21: If you could have a Skype conversation with anyone in the world, who would it be? Why?

22: Today is Earth Day! What can you do to help the environment?

23: Go outside. Write what you see.

24: Write a book review of the book you finished most recently. Would you read it again? Would you recommend it to a friend?

25: Draw a mind map of the biggest thing on your mind right now.

26: If you could have one superpower for a day, what would it be and what would you do with it?

27: What are your favorite pens right now?

28: Look ahead to next month. List any big events you need to prepare for.

29: What good things happened this month?

30: Month review! Evaluate your progress. What do you still need to work on?

Did you like this list? Let me know if you would like me to continue doing new lists each month!

5 thoughts on “Writing Wednesday: Daily journaling prompts for April

  1. Thank you so much for this! I didn’t even realize I’d like to have journaling prompts but these are great and I plan to use them.

  2. This is a great help. I’ve been scraping bottom in journaling inspiration. I plan on using your prompts in April and would love to see more for successive months!

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