By Bhumika Ramesh

Having a work-from-home schedule can get hectic and exhausting. The line between devices and the world gets blurry at times. Doing a bit of Journaling in those small pockets of time you get rejuvenates the mind – it gets those cogs working! Journaling is an excellent medium to let those thoughts out.

The prompts in this article will help you think deeper about what the questions would be asking. Introspection of oneself before starting a day provides a clear goal.

  1. What can I do today to make my goal(s) easier?
  2. What makes me feel empowered?
  3. How will today be different from yesterday?
  4. What can you do to improve your talents?
  5. Write someone a letter with whom you have an unresolved issue.
  6. What is one daring thing you would like to do?
  7. When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up and why?
  8. Picture yourself 10 years from now. What would you like to have achieved and experienced?
  9. What new habit would you like to create this week?
  10. Pen down a poem or a note on how you’re currently feeling.

Taking that one step back and looking at the big picture can bring big changes to your routine. You’re going to be constantly honing your analytical and creative processes while Journaling, not to mention setting aside goals for the future.

Hoping these prompts help you have a thought-provoking day!

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