Daily Journaling Prompts

Daily Journaling Prompts

Did you know that writing in a journal each day can actually help improve your mental health and well-being? Some people find journaling to be an excellent way of tackling their problems, letting go of negative feelings, or even just gathering thoughts while also being able to look back on them later.

If you’re not sure how to start writing about yourself and taking care of your mental health, here are some daily prompts for you!

  1. What are you grateful for today?
  2. Did anything good happen to you today?
  3. What was your favorite thing that happened to you today?
  4. How did it make you feel when something good happened to you?
  5. What did you do today?
  6. How are you feeling about your day?
  7. What were the highlights of your day?
  8. What was the hardest thing about your day?
  9. What are some things that you want to remember from today?
  10. Write about your day, what you did and how it made you feel
  11. Write about something that makes you happy
  12. Write down 3 things that are going well in your life right now
  13. What did you do today?
  14. What are you thinking and feeling about what you did today?
  15. How can you improve tomorrow based on what happened today?
  16. What are you grateful for today?
  17. What’s the best thing that happened to you today?
  18. How are your relationships going today?
  19. What was the most difficult thing you faced today and how did you handle it?
  20. How does your day compare to yesterday?
  21. Write down something that made you feel happy, sad, angry or frustrated today?
  22. What are the top three things on your to-do list for tomorrow?

I know it may seem like a lot of work to journal every day, but in the long run, you’ll have something concrete that can be used as evidence for your accomplishments. Journaling is also an excellent way to document how you felt at different points throughout your days and weeks so that if you want to revisit some memories or feelings later on down the road, they are there waiting for you.

And most importantly-journaling helps us become more aware of what we’re grateful for each day and gives us insight into our daily lives that might otherwise go unnoticed.