Journal Writing Prompts

For all who want to get the most from their writing practice.

101 Journal Writing Prompts for Adults

Here are 101 all-new reflective writing prompts for adults to use, gathered together into a 10-page printable pdf-format report.

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I believe in the benefits of a regular writing practice – whether it’s used for reflective journaling, for stress reduction, contemplation or creativity.

No matter if you are just beginning a habit of journaling, or if you are a long-time practitioner, you’ll love this compilation of journal writing prompts.

As a former English teacher, I often taught lessons using daily writing prompts. I found that - although they complained - the students got a lot out of their journal writing, both in introspection and writing practice. Now I've brought together prompts for adults to make your writing blossom, and formatted them into a low-priced 10-page report.

These go beyond mere general topics - these are 101 all-new, full prompts you can use to start writing in your journal. They will probably lead you to more ideas for your own unique writing prompts as you continue to use them.

"Thanks...The prompts are a perfect start to my journaling journey!"

The 101 Writing Prompts for Adults include these categories:

  • spirituality
  • creativity
  • relationships
  • self-healing
  • stress relief
    … and more!

Spiritual journaling is a wonderful practice that I highly recommend; but a writing habit does not have to be limited to spiritual growth.

The regular writing down of your experiences, thoughts and feelings is a wonderful relief from daily stress and it can often provide a new perspective on an issue you’re faced with or a situation you would like to change.

"The insights I received are truly transformational."

Here are some examples from the report.

From the 'Creativity' section: "Some brilliant ideas I have had are..."

From the 'Stress Relief' section: "Even though I get upset, I still appreciate..."

  • Try getting yourself a beautiful journal and a lovely pen – this makes a writing practice even more special.
  • Then choose one of the 101 prompts I've compiled, and spend some quiet time letting your ideas flow onto paper.
  • Of course, if you don’t have or don’t want a special book to write in, any writing paper will do!

You’ll enjoy the benefits of a reflective writing practice no matter how you choose to write down your thoughts.

"I discovered hidden beliefs and attitudes... thank you so much!

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Then you can print out the prompts and keep them handy for those times of reflection, creativity, spiritual growth and self-healing that can be made even more effective, productive and meaningful by writing in your journal.

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Here are some other pages with useful resources:

Journaling for Kids

Journaling for Stress Relief

Journal Writing Topics

Spiritual Journaling

I’d love to hear about your experiences with your writing practice.

You can contact me using the form at the bottom of this page.

Enjoy the 101 Journal Writing Prompts!

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