I still remember my first diary; it was white with pink flowers and a gold lock. It was a gift from my best friend for my 8th birthday and a place where I rambled on and on for hours about my day.
I have no idea what to write here, so…
Back then life was simple. But when you’re an adult and everything under the sun seems to be fighting for your time, keeping a journal can be hard. You sit in front of those empty pages and NOTHING. If you’re like me you think, “WTF am I supposed to write here?” So it basically becomes a lot of random nothings and then you give up. Sad, isn’t it?
How do I Journal For Self-Discovery?
By now you’re probably wondering how do I journal for self-discovery? When I was in grad school, one of our assignments was to keep a journal. Insert major eye rolling, because that is exactly what I did when I saw the assignment on the syllabus. However, this ended up being a great asset to my personal life and my career as a counselor. Because through it, I was able to learn more about myself.
So what made this journal so different? The entries were intentional and each day had a writing prompt.
Prompts For Self Discovery
Life is so much easier when we don’t have to come up with everything. This is why I’m so excited to present, One Liners: 30 days of One Line journaling. This guide contains 30 journal prompts For self-discovery. And it’s free for Becoming Fab subscribers; just think of it as a little gift from me to you.