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‘All About You’ 45 Journal Prompts on Self-Love/Self-Discovery

Journaling is a great tool that can be used for self-reflection, allowing us to process our thoughts and emotions and gain a better understanding of ourselves. It can also be used as a means of setting and tracking personal goals, and can serve as a record of our growth and progress over time.

Additionally, journaling can be used as a stress-management technique, helping us to to release pent-up emotions and even reduce feelings of anxiety. Research studies have even shown that journaling can improve mental health and overall well-being, helping with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other mental health conditions.

Use the following prompts to help inspire your writing.

TIP: Sharing some of your entries as captions for your social media posts can also be a great way to allow your audience to get to know you better!

  1. If someone described you, what would they say?

  2. How have you changed over the last year?

  3. 5 things you’re really good at.

  4. 5 must-haves you keep in your purse at all times.

  5. What do you like to do when you need to recharge?

  6. Describe what beauty means to you

  7. Who are 3 people that you’re inspired by? What do you admire about them?

  8. List 5 random things that give you joy.

  9. 3 guilty pleasures that you’re not so guilty about

  10. 3 healthy habits that have changed your life for the better

  11. What does your ideal day look like? Where are you, what are you doing, who are you with?

  12. When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up and why?

  13. Do you collect anything? Is there a story behind it?

  14. What’s on your bucket list? Are there any accomplishments so far that you’ve achieved from your bucket list?

  15. What is your best childhood memory?

  16. What does a day in the life look like for you?

  17. When was the moment that you first started to feel like an adult?

  18. What is the most important decision you’ve made so far?

  19. Aside from necessities, what’s one thing you couldn’t go a day without?

  20. Share an embarrassing story that you laugh at now.

  21. If your pet could talk, what do you think they’d say to you?

  22. If you could choose one superpower, what would it be, and why? What would you do with it if you had it for 24 hours?

  23. What is the most ridiculous thing you believed as a child?

  24. Which movie do you wish you could watch again for the first time?

  25. What is one story you love to tell, but barely get the chance to?

  26. What is your favorite quote and why?

  27. Do you have any tattoos? What do they mean and why?

  28. If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to? Why?

  29. If you could share a conversation over dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be, and why?

  30. What is the best advice you have ever received?

  31. If you could switch lives with one person for a day, who would it be and why?

  32. How do you like to give and receive love?

  33. If you could relive one moment in your life, which would it be?

  34. What is your best quality?

  35. What are your pet peeves and why?

  36. What is one fact that only a few people know about you?

  37. What was your favorite age growing up?

  38. If you could stay one age forever, which would it be and why?

  39. What makes you feel in control?

  40. What helps you slow down and feel more present?

  41. Describe yourself using the first 10 words that come to mind.

  42. Describe 1 or 2 significant life events that have helped to shape you into who you are today.

  43. What’s one thing you’d like to do or try if you knew you couldn’t fail?

  44. What are some things you want more of in your life?

  45. What advice would you give your younger teenage self?

"Journaling is a form of self-care, a way to process your thoughts and emotions and to understand yourself better." - Unknown


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