The last month of 2020 is finally here. Are you still keeping your journal? Or are you just starting? Regardless of where you are at with your journal entries, use these writing prompts to help you through December.
- How did last month go for you? Write about your highs and lows for November.
- Write down 10 things you hope to accomplish in December.
- How is the pandemic in your area? Are the cases rising or decreasing? What are your concerns about the ongoing health crisis? Go into details.
- How has the pandemic changed your daily routine?
- Free write for 10 minutes. Set a timer and just let your thoughts flow.
- What one day from your past would you like to relive again? Why? Go into details.
- What major change would you like to implement in your life? What is stopping you from achieving your goal?
- What anxieties do you have about the future?
- What was the best part of your day today? Why?
- What was your biggest challenge or obstacle today? Why?
- What activity do you do to relieve stress?
- Go outdoors. Memorize what you see. Go back in and write the scene. Remember to focus on your five senses as you write.
- What were you doing at 11 am? Go into details.
- Write a book or product review.
- Write about a difficult time in your life. How did you get through it?
- What does your dream home look like? Go into details.
- Write about your day from the point of view of your dog or cat.
- Write a restaurant or small business review.
- What is one thing you want to do right now but can’t?
- Write a letter to your future self.
- Write about your extended family, your grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.
- Describe the view out your window. If it’s dark, write about the night.
- Write about your best Christmas as a child.
- Christmas Eve–Write about your day.
- Merry Christmas! How did you spend the holiday?
- What did you learn the most in 2020?
- Write a list of at least 10 things you want to personally accomplish in 2021.
- Write a list of at least 10 things you want to accomplish as a family or at your place of employment
- Write a bucket list for 2021.
- What are you hoping for in 2021?
- What are your final thoughts for the last day of 2020?
One thought on “Journal Writing Prompts for December”
These are some awesome prompts! I myself tend to free write in my journal, but these are some great ideas for me to explore tonight 🙂
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