Journal Prompt Ideas For July

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Journal Prompt Ideas For July to help you to get to know yourself better day by day. I believe that keeping a journal is a great way to keep your mind active. Collecting your thoughts and emotions in a book has its benefits for your mental health.

We are usually so preoccupied with our daily routine that we tend to ignore our thoughts and emotions. When all are clogged up in our mind, we get so stressful and slowly it affects our life.

Journal Prompt Ideas For July

Journaling is a form of therapy and it has many benefits for our mental health. Mainly it helps us to collect all our thoughts in one place. Having a daily journal also helps our mind to stay alert of what’s going on in our life.

31 Journal Prompt Ideas For July

If you are struggling to think of what to write about in your journal, below are 31 journal prompts that could help you fill in those pages.

  1. What inspires you?
  2. Write about the most dangerous situation that you have been in.
  3. Share about your favourite city.
  4. What book changed the way you look at life?
  5. If you could spend a day with one fictional character, who would it be?
  6. What is your biggest regret?
  7. Which time period would you most like to live in and why is that so?
  8. Share 3 topics that you could talk to somebody endlessly about.
  9. What one thing that you wished you could change about your life?
  10. 5 things you can’t live without and why?
  11. List down all your goals for the next 7 days.
  12. What are you view on society today?
  13. What do you think is your biggest flaw?
  14. Write a note that you want to look back on New Year’s Eve.
  15. What was your last dream about?
  16. What book setting would you like to visit if you could?
  17. Write about something that caught your attention from a newspaper or magazine today.
  18. Write about a time that you felt sad and thought you would never be happy again.
  19. If you were lost in the dark forest with no phone, what would you do?
  20. What made you feel bad this week?
  21. Which 3 food best describes your personality?
  22. List down your top 5 long term goals
  23. What is the biggest lie you ever told?
  24. Write about your daily routine and how it affects your life?
  25. List 5 things you learned about life this week?
  26. Three things you would do if you weren’t afraid?
  27. Which 3 things attract you to the opposite sex?
  28. List down your 5 greatest fear and how is it affecting your life?
  29. Five years from now, where do you see yourself?
  30. What is the best advice you would want to give to yourself?
  31. If you change the world, what changes would you make happen?

Can’t believe that almost half a year has gone and we are already welcoming July. My blog would be one year in August and honestly, I haven’t reached my target yet. I have one month to work towards my target and hopefully, I will make it.

31 Journal Prompt Ideas

I hope you enjoyed all the journal prompt ideas that I have shared. What are you hoping for in July?

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  1. I can’t believe we are already halfway through the year! I love these prompt ideas and I’m definitely going to use some of these.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Glad you love these prompts 🙂

  2. Patricia Chamberlain says:

    This year has gone by way too fast for me as well! I love these writing prompts!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Time is just flying away…isn’t it

  3. This is great! I don’t keep a journal anymore but you have a wonderful idea that makes me think to start one. Thanks for sharing.

    1. karenmonica says:

      You can use these prompts for blog post ideas as well 🙂

  4. chelf says:

    I love the last question ‘If you change the world, what changes would you make happen?’. Seems simple and yet I still struggle to answer. Thought provoking for sure given that every change brings a whole chain of reactions, right>

    1. karenmonica says:

      I agree with you, even a minor change can affect the whole world.

  5. Neely Moldovan says:

    These are awesome questions! I may have to do a few. I love the one about which foods describe your personality!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Hope you enjoy journaling with these prompts.

  6. I love number 4, but I love chatting about books. I would really have to think hard about it too as I read so much. Great list of prompts.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Thank you Angela 🙂

  7. Riana Shahid says:

    I love journaling prompts, so thanks for this list! I’m starting a travel journal this summer, so I’d love to see if you have any ideas for those

    1. karenmonica says:

      I will try to add some travel journal prompts soon.

  8. Christa says:

    I love journaling and am always looking for prompts. Thank you!

    1. karenmonica says:

      Hope you enjoy filling your journal pages with these prompts.

  9. Those are a lot of good ways to get started in writing in a journal. And it would be fun looking back at the journal once you are finished with them. I may have to pick up a journal today and start.

    1. karenmonica says:

      Oh yes, it is always fun to look back at the journal and reflect on whatever that is written.

  10. Melanie williams says:

    Ooo there are some really good ideas here. Certainly makes you think…love the ‘5 things you can’t live without and why?’ one xx

    1. karenmonica says:

      That’s what I like about journal prompts, it makes the mind to think 🙂

  11. These are all such great ideas! I really need to better about journaling, but struggle to find the time!

    1. karenmonica says:

      I usually journal just before I go to bed. Hope you will be able to find the right time to journal too.

  12. This is such a great list of journal prompts thanks! I’ve have nothing to complain about for 2019 so far. Some challenges but nothing I can’t learn and grow from.

    1. karenmonica says:

      That’s great Di. I agree that challenges do help us to grow 🙂

  13. Journaling also helps to keep track of our achievements and targeted goals in mind. These are great ideas to write in notebook or your diary.

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