31 Drawing Prompts for January

Are you searching for a creative outlet? Drawing is one of the simplest forms of art to begin. Purchase pencils, crayons colored pencils, markers, sketching paper, and other basic supplies at a local dollar store. If you looking for daily inspiration, consider the following 31 drawing prompts for January.

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  1. Happy New Year’s Day!
  2. Self-Portrait
  3. Snowflakes
  4. Snowman
  5. Sledding
  6. Skiing
  7. Ice Skating
  8. Nature Scene
  9. Animal
  10. City Scene
  11. Clouds
  12. Sunset
  13. Family
  14. Friends
  15. Favorite Movie Scene
  16. Favorite Food
  17. Out Your Window
  18. Birds
  19. Path
  20. Tunnel
  21. Mountains
  22. Volcanoes
  23. Trees
  24. Love
  25. Unicorn
  26. Castle
  27. Time
  28. Gnomes
  29. Fairies
  30. Snail
  31. Artist’s Choice

Photo Prompts for January

Are you ready to start 2022 with photos? If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following photo prompts for January.

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  1. New Year’s Day! Celebration or relaxation.
  2. Selfie
  3. Resolutions
  4. Time
  5. Outside Your Window
  6. To The Left
  7. Paths
  8. Low Light
  9. Signs
  10. Silhouette
  11. Colors
  12. Bokeh
  13. Black and White
  14. Sunset/Sunrise
  15. Photoshopped
  16. Small
  17. Large
  18. Up High
  19. Landscape
  20. Cityscape
  21. Clouds
  22. Skyline
  23. Dirt Roads
  24. Nature
  25. Similar
  26. Opposites
  27. Sepia
  28. Street
  29. Friends
  30. Family
  31. Photographer’s Choice

Enjoy your first month of 2022 in photos!

Journal Writing Prompts for January

Are you ready to start the new year? Is journal writing one of your New Year’s resolutions? Or are just searching for new material to include in your ongoing writing? In either case, check out the following list of journal writing prompts for January to help you get the New Year going.

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  1. New Year’s Day! Describe how your day went? Highs? Lows?
  2. How did your holiday season go for you and your family? Go into details, add your likes and dislikes.
  3. What are you hoping to do different next holiday season? Why?
  4. Did you make any New Year resolutions? Why or why not?
  5. What do you hope to accomplish in 2022? Write monthly goals and yearly ones.
  6. What steps do you need to take to make 2022 a healthier year for you?
  7. What is your biggest worry going into 2022? Why?
  8. How do you hope to improve your mindset in 2022?
  9. Create a bucket list for 2022.
  10. What do you want your life to look like at the end of this year? Five years? Ten years?
  11. Is there a hobby or activity you want to try in 2022? What is it? What do you need to do to get started?
  12. Free write for 22 minutes.
  13. What 3 things did you achieve today?
  14. What was the worst advice you ever took? What happened?
  15. What was the best advice you ever took? Why?
  16. Write a review about a movie, book, or product.
  17. If you did not need to sleep, what would you do with your extra time?
  18. List your biggest pet peeves.
  19. If you could have any magic power, what would you pick?
  20. Write about your most recent dream? What do you think this dream means?
  21. What is your favorite day of the week? Why?
  22. Would you ever consider getting rid of your television, computer, phone, or other electronic devices? Why or why not?
  23. What are your strongest attributes? Make a list of 5. Yes, you have at least five.
  24. Describe your family. List characteristics and details for each member.
  25. What does happiness or contentment mean to you?
  26. Describe your dream lifestyle.
  27. Right now, who are the people who mean the most to you? Why?
  28. If you had to host a fancy dinner party, what would you do? Would you have a theme? Go into details to describe each aspect of the party.
  29. What is your happiest memory? Why?
  30. Did you keep your New Year’s resolutions?
  31. It’s already the end of the month! Did you accomplish your first month’s goals? Why or why not?

31 Self-Care Ideas for January

Are you ready to start 2022? A new year is a great time to make a commitment to self-care. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following self-care ideas for January.

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  1. Happy New Year’s Day! Go ahead and make a firm commitment to self-care. Enjoy your day!
  2. Organize your wardrobe. (Donate items that you no longer wear.)
  3. Commit 30 minutes a day with no screen time.
  4. Make a list of obtainable goals for 2022.
  5. Make an inspirational playlist for 2022.
  6. Stay hydrated. Drink 8 glasses of water a day!
  7. Go for a winter walk.
  8. Try a new workout routine.
  9. Start a 2022 daily journal.
  10. Make junk journals.
  11. Do a sugar detox.
  12. Create a monthly budget.
  13. Create a bucket list for the year.
  14. Declutter, organize, and clean your living space.
  15. Create a scrapbook of your holiday photos.
  16. Try a new recipe.
  17. Build a snowman.
  18. Commit to less time on social media.
  19. Make a 2022 vision board.
  20. Meditate or pray.
  21. Get a new haircut.
  22. Try new a new vegetable or fruit
  23. Do an in-home spa regiment.
  24. Take a long afternoon nap or sleep in.
  25. Soak in a warm bubble bath.
  26. Go to an art museum.
  27. Try a new hobby.
  28. Spend a day doing nothing, just relax.
  29. Binge-watch your favorite series.
  30. Go to the library or bookstore. Get a book that is outside of your normal reading genre.
  31. Reach out to an old friend, go out for lunch, or agree to do a monthly zoom call.

Happy January!

January Photo Prompts

Time to say good-bye to 2020 and welcome 2021! Are you looking for fun things to do in the new year? How about taking photos? Don’t worry. You do not need an expensive camera; your cell phone will work. Check out the following January photo prompts for inspiration.

Photo Prompts for January

  1. Welcome 2021-New Selfie
  2. Snow
  3. Ice
  4. On Your Right
  5. Sunrise
  6. Warm Beverage
  7. Cozy
  8. Shapes
  9. Mid-Day
  10. Black and White
  11. Street Art
  12. Backroads
  13. Out Your Window
  14. Winter
  15. On your Left
  16. Birds
  17. Signs
  18. New
  19. Old
  20. Skyline
  21. Tree
  22. Middle
  23. Down Low
  24. Clouds
  25. Blue
  26. Shiny
  27. Glass
  28. Water
  29. Favorite
  30. Food
  31. Patterns

Have fun with your photo prompts. Print out your photos, make scrapbooks, or share on social media.

 

 

Self-Care Ideas for January

Self-care is essential for your physical and mental health. The winter months, social distancing, and other stressors make self-care a priority. Check out the following list of self-care ideas for January.

  1. New Year’s Day! Time to relax and count your blessings.
  2. Take a long nap or sleep in.
  3. Stay hydrated. Winter months are a perfect time to try herbal teas or other hot beverages.
  4. Indulge with a long hot shower or a bubble bath.
  5. Go on a nature walk.
  6. Write in a journal.
  7. Call a friend or your grandma.
  8. Write letters or thank you notes for holiday gifts.
  9. Go for a drive.
  10. Listen to loud music.
  11. Start or return to your exercise routine.
  12. Organize a portion of your living space.
  13. Meditate or pray.
  14. Get crafty.
  15. Spend an afternoon with a good book.
  16. Bring out your inner child and color in coloring books. Some of the adult versions are very interesting.
  17. Build a snowman.
  18. Go outdoors and take photos.
  19. Splurge and order pizza to go.
  20. Unplug from your electronic devices for an hour, an afternoon, or the entire day.
  21. Do a random act of kindness.
  22. Try a new recipe.
  23. Eat your favorite food.
  24. Buy yourself something. Warm, fuzzy socks are perfect for cold winter days.
  25. Make a playlist for quiet moments or bedtime listening.
  26. Binge-watch your favorite series.
  27. Drink hot cocoa with lots of marshmallows or whipped cream.
  28. Pamper yourself with an in-home spa day.
  29. Make a fruit smoothie.
  30. Create a vision board.
  31. Watch the sunrise or sunset.

January Drawing Prompts

Drawing or doodling is a great creative outlet for all ages. If you are spending more time indoors due to social distancing or wintry weather, drawing can easily turn into a family activity. Do you need inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for January.

  1. 2021
  2. Shapes
  3. Snowflakes
  4. Eyes
  5. Love
  6. Sun
  7. Signs
  8. Snowman
  9. Tree
  10. Food
  11. Animal
  12. Clouds
  13. Water
  14. Mittens
  15. Snow Globe
  16. Penguin
  17. Self-Portrait
  18. Winter Boots
  19. Door, Lock, & Key
  20. Nature
  21. Building
  22. Winter Scene
  23. Friends
  24. Patterns
  25. Upside Down
  26. Big
  27. Small
  28. 3 Similiar Items
  29. 3 Different Items
  30. Spirals
  31. Windows

Try experimenting with different drawing instruments. Markers, crayons, pencils, colored pencils, chalk, charcoal, or paint pens yield diverse results. But remember, above all, have fun.

 

21 Inspirational Quotes for the New Year

Do you need some inspiration to ring in the New Year? 2020 will definitely be a year to remember—time to move forward with some inspiring words.

  1. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”-George Eliot.
  2. “The best is yet to come.”-Frank Sinatra.
  3. “You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do.”-Dr. Suess
  4. “Celebrate endings—for they precede new beginnings.” —Jonathan Lockwood Huie.
  5. “Ring out the old, ring in the new,
    Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
    The year is going, let him go;
    Ring out the false, ring in the true.” —Alfred Lord Tennyson
  6. “Every moment is a fresh beginning.” —T.S. Eliot
  7. “Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.” —Benjamin Franklin.
  8. “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”-C.S. Lewis.
  9. “Every moment is a fresh beginning.” —T.S. Eliot
  10. “If you’re brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello.” —Paulo Coehlo.
  11. “It’s never too late to become who you want to be. I hope you live a life that you’re proud of, and if you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over.” —F. Scott Fitzgerald
  12. “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” —Socrates.
  13. “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” —E.E. Cummings.
  14. “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” —David Bowie.
  15. “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” —Eleanor Roosevelt.
  16. “New year—a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story? Ultimately we write it. The choice is ours.”-Alex Morritt.
  17.  “Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, do it. Make your mistakes, next year and forever.” —Neil Gaiman.
  18. “Every single year, we’re a different person. I don’t think we’re the same person all of our lives.”-Steven Spielberg.
  19. “Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one.”-Brad Paisley.
  20. “Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.”-Ralph Waldo Emerson.
  21. “Celebrate endings—for they precede new beginnings.” —Jonathan Lockwood Huie

 

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