Writing Wednesday: Daily journaling prompts for June 2016

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Continuing our series on daily journaling prompts, here is a list of journaling topics for every day in June! This gives everyone some new ideas for journaling, and can help take the pressure off to think of something to journal about every day, especially for folks doing our Page Per Day Challenge.

This month’s topics are on travel, imagination, family, and fun!

Here are your daily topics to write, draw, collage or paint about for June 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: Summer is in full swing in the northern hemisphere! What are your favorite things about summer?

3: How many different countries have you visited? Which was your favorite, and why?

4: June is a very popular month for weddings. What is the funniest thing you’ve ever seen at a wedding?

5: What was the best vacation you’ve ever had? Where were you, what did you do? What did you enjoy so much about it?

6: Write a list of people you can depend on, and what for. Who is the best at giving emotional support? Who gives the best advice? Who could you borrow money from if you really needed it? Who could you call for help any time day or night?

7: What are some of your favorite quotes? Write them someplace where you can see them often.

8: Write a list of things that make you feel happy when you see it. Flowers, trees, birds, a certain color, a loved one’s face, or pet? Put pictures of things that make you happy where you can see them all the time.

9: Imagine you are packing a bag, and you can only put 10 items into it. What are the ten items? And where will you go?

10: Imagine you are riding in a boat. Describe the boat. Is it a speedboat, a sailboat, a ferry, a big ship, a canoe? Where are you? And what is your destination?

11: Who is the funniest person in your family? What are some funny things they have done/ said?

12: What’s the dumbest thing you ever did as a child?

13: What is your favorite way to relax? Describe your relaxing scene. Where are you? Who (if anyone) is with you? What are some things you have with you? What are you doing?

14: Imagine you are a bird. What type of bird are you? What environment are you in? (Jungle, shore, forest, field, etc.) Where will you fly?

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

16: Imagine you have won an unlimited amount of money, with the stipulation that it can only be spent while traveling. Where would you go? Who would you take with you? What would you do on your trip? What would you buy? What food would you eat? What sights would you see?

17: Imagine you went on a journey for five years. What would you have learned, how would you have changed and grown personally?

18: Describe a time when you covered for a friend or sibling when they were in trouble and never told anyone about.

19: Today is Father’s Day! What is the best advice your dad ever gave you?

20: Today is the Solstice, the longest day in the northern hemisphere and the shortest day in the southern hemisphere. What is your ideal balance of daylight/ night hours, and why?

21: What is your idea of a “fun” day? An amusement park? A winery tour? A hike through the wilderness? A competitive race? Describe your fun day.

22: What was the biggest surprise you’ve ever had?

23: What is your favorite type of food? Why? Do you like the flavors? Does it remind you of traveling? Does it remind you of a particular person?

24: If you could go to any tourist destination or site and have it all to yourself, where would you go? The Taj Mahal? The Pyramids? The Eiffel Tour? A monument, building, or natural feature? Why do you want to go there? What would you do while you are there?

25: It’s a sunny day! How will you spend it? Where will you go, who will you see?

26:  What is the most adventurous thing you have ever done? Where were you, who was with you, what did you do?

27: What is your funniest traveling story? What happened, who was with you, what did you do?

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 toward your goals. What do you still need to work on?

The new list for the following month comes out on the last Wednesday of each month. Look for July’s daily journaling prompts here on Quo Vadis blog on Wednesday June 29th!

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