Daily Journaling Prompts for July 2019

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Iceland ~ Landmannalaugar Route ~ Ultramarathon is held on the route each July ~ Hot Springs - HDR

Continuing our series on daily journaling prompts, here is a list of journaling topics for every day for the upcoming month! 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 people doing our Page Per Day Challenge.

Some days are the same each month:

At the beginning of each month we write our goals for the upcoming month. Even if you did this earlier in the year, things change so it’s a good idea to re-set and update your goals each month. We also write what we are looking forward to this month.

Mid-month we see what progress we’ve made. This is a chance to jump-start any goals that have slipped off your radar and regain focus.

At the end of the month we write about good things/ favorite moments for the month, and evaluate our goals progress to see what still needs work in the upcoming weeks.

All the other days have new journaling topics and writing prompts!

This month school is out and people go on vacation. When I’m on vacation and away from my daily chores and routines, my mind has a chance to rest. That is when I get some of my best ideas and clearest thoughts. It’s also when I can think about my hopes and dreams, and make plans for what I want to happen in the future.

So this month’s prompts are designed to try to replicate that experience of clearing your mind of your day to day routines, and think about your hopes and dreams!

1: What do you want to do this month? Write your goals for the month, and think about what you need to do to accomplish them. What are you looking forward to this month?

2: If you could invent anything and it would work, what would you invent?

3: Imagine you won $100 million. What would you do? How would you want to spend your life if you didn’t need to work to make a living, and had enough money to do whatever you wanted?

4: If someone wrote a book about you, what would you want them to write? What would you want them to leave out?

5: If you could travel to an imaginary planet, what would it be like? Describe it in detail.

6: If you could learn about anything at all and understand it, what would you want to learn about? Science? World politics? Languages?

7: Imagine you are the leader of a country or group. What would you be the leader of? How would you lead?

8: If you had the ability to do something that no one else could do, what would it be?

9: If you had a time machine and could travel to any point in time anywhere in the world, where and when would you visit?

10: Which famous person/ public figure (living or dead) do you most admire? What qualities do they have that you value?

11: What is your idea of the most fun day?

12: What is your idea of the most relaxing day?

13: What do you consider as something that is very important to do?

14: If you could do any job, know you could do it well, and it didn’t matter how much money you made doing it, what job/ profession/ career would you do?

15: Mid-month review! How are your goals coming along? What can you accomplish in the remainder of this month?

16: What do you think is the most important and effective way to help people?

17: Imagine the world 20 years from now. What is your vision of the ideal future?

18: What have you never tried that you would like to try?

19: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live? Why?

20: Design your ideal climate. What are the seasons like, the temperatures, the weather? Is it warm year round? Snowy in the winter?

21: If you could create your ideal home, what would it be like? What features would it have? What would it look like? What would the space be like?

22: What is your ideal environment/ landscape? Do you like rolling hills, mountain views, forests? Do you prefer beaches? Or are you a city person?

23: If you could do any activity and know you would be safe, what would you do? Skydiving? Race car driving? Mountain climbing? List as many as you can think of that are of interest to you.

24: If you could meet anyone in the world, who would it be?

25: Imagine your ideal future. Write in detail what you would like your life to be like. Be realistic or fanciful.

26: If you could be close friends with 5 famous people (living or dead), who would they be? Why?

27: If you could speed-read and thoroughly understand any books, which books would you read?

28: Imagine you have a week’s vacation in any location you want. Where would you go? What would you do? Who would you take with you?

29: If you could change one thing about your day to day life, what would it be?

30: What good things happened this month? What were your favorite moments this month?

31: Month review! How did this month go? Which goals did you complete? What do you still need to work on?

The new Daily Journaling Prompts for the next month come out on the last Wednesday of each month. Look for August’s DJPs here on Quo Vadis blog Wednesday July 31st!

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