30 Writing Prompts

Updated: Apr 2



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Journaling is one of my favorite things to do, daily. I carry my journal with me in my purse because there are so many times and circumstances where a thought will come to mind that I need to write down so that I won't forget it, if I come across a quote or scriptures that turns into a writing prompt or I write notes in my journals as needed. Today, I am providing my readers with 30 writing prompts that I have used in the past and some that will help you spark your writing experience, journaling. Grab your writing tools, turn on some soft music, pour yourself a glass of wine and write the first things that comes to your mind.





Instructions: Begin each journal entry with the writing prompt and write whatever comes to mind, thereafter.


1. I am grateful for.........

2. I need to let go of.........

3. I want other women to know that.........

4. I am.......

5. I will celebrate my accomplishments more by.......

6. I can earn additional income by doing.......

7. I want to _______ more.......

8. I am believing God for.........

9. My biggest fear(s) are............

10. I aspire to be.........



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11. Today, I feel........

12. It hurts when..........

13. I want to travel to_______ because...

14. My support system includes.......

15. I worry about........

16. My favorite scripture is ___ because....

17. My 2020 goals are.........

18. I want to help my family.........

19. I need clarity on........

20. I need to re-evaluate........




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21. Success to me means........

22. _______ inspires me because........

23. I want to invest in _______ because.....

24. I am manifesting.........

25. I am impacting lives by........

26. I am not afraid to.........

27. I am learning that........

28. I am starting/ending my day..........

29. I am fulfilled in life when.........

30. I am a great.........






Take your time and really write out your thoughts. You can write a writing prompt per day or choose the prompts at your discretion. Some writing prompts will challenge you to think longer or harder, but don't overthink it......just write whatever comes to your mind.


I know tons of women who write gratitude or prayer journals, those are excellent to do as well. Journaling your thoughts is therapeutic but also can heal some old wounds that have been buried inside of you. You can pull out your ideas more as you journal instead of having them boggled up inside of your mind. Make your journaling experience your own. There's no right or wrong to do it. Grab your pen, journal and maybe a planner to schedule times for you to journal, and write your heart's desires.


Once you complete a journal entry from the writing prompts, let me know your thoughts.

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