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What to Journal About in the Morning? 30 Journal Prompts to Boost Your Day!

Nov 6

Have you ever thought of yourself as "a morning person?"

You might want to try morning journaling. A relaxing ritual such as morning journaling can help you get started in the morning with a clear mind and be more prepared for the day ahead.

Morning Journaling has many benefits

What is morning journaling? Morning journaling, which sounds just like it is, involves writing every morning in a journal before you begin your day.

You don't need to make it fancy or extravagant. You can write what you feel in your journal. Journaling is a great tool to help you process your thoughts. Writing down our feelings allows us to express them in a structured way.

This can help you see things from a different perspective and clear your mind.

Try morning journaling if you:

  • It is a nightmare to get up in the morning
  • Start your day feeling anxious or stressed?
  • You desire to feel more present and calmer
  • You need more motivation during the day

Morning pages are three pages of stream-of-consciousness thoughts, handwritten and written by hand. They can be used as soon as you get up in the morning. It is believed to increase creativity, eliminate negativity, and clarify your goals.

Morning Journaling Tips

  • Morning journaling is a great way to get the most out of your mornings.
  • Perhaps you just want to write while enjoying a cup of coffee, breakfast or a good book.
  • Perhaps you just want to write in your bed, before getting up.
  • Consistency is important, no matter what you do. Consistency is key to making morning journaling a part of your daily routine.

30 Morning Journaling Prompts

We have 30 prompts that you can use every morning to help you get started with morning journaling. These prompts can be used to help you organize your thoughts and allow your creativity to flow.

  1. What do you want to feel at end of the day?
  2. Have you ever laughed at something?
  3. What are three things that you are grateful for today?
  4. What is one thing that you would like to be able to do well right now?
  5. What is your most important goal?
  6. What is working in your life right now that you love?
  7. What are you most looking forward to?
  8. Is there a hobby or activity that you would like to try?
  9. Is there anything interesting you have learned in the last few days?
  10. What is the greatest risk you have ever taken?
  11. Which person in your life do you feel most grateful for today's gratitude?
  12. What are you most passionate about?
  13. What do you want to be in a year?
  14. What inspires and motivates you?
  15. Which area in your life would you like to improve?
  16. What can you do today to make yourself a success?
  17. Which compliment could you bestow on yourself right now?
  18. What are you most proud of in this period of your life?
  19. What makes you most relaxed?
  20. What is your favorite reminder?
  21. What has your last year taught you about yourself?
  22. What was your highlight of yesterday's day?
  23. What are you focusing on right now?
  24. Who is your personal hero?
  25. Which are your most proud achievements?
  26. Which is your favourite memory from this year?
  27. Which aspects of your life are bringing you the most joy right now?
  28. What is something you would like to improve at?
  29. What would you do today to amaze your childhood self in the future?
  30. What is the smallest step you can take today to reach your goal?


We hope you have understood the incredible benefits of morning journaling. This is a great way for you to begin your day. By checking in with your self, you become more aware. And by writing down your thoughts, it allows you to work through any issues that are bothering you. It can help improve your mood, make you more connected to your goals and even help you become a morning person.

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