You can experience a greater sense of wellbeing with daily journaling.

Are you thinking about starting a journal? There is something appealing about the freedom of thought and expression without rules expectations or judgment. Click through to get the tips, tools and prompts I used to start journaling daily. Download the journaling prompts and inspiration now. #selfcare #selflove #gratitude #wellness #journaling

Welcome to the new Jill Conyers | Yoga + Wellness for the Body and Mind. After having the COMING SOON page up a little longer than planned, I’m so excited to be back! Seriously, the journey to get here has been long with unexpected twists and turns and personal growth.

But first, as promised [and by popular demand] I’m sharing the March journaling prompts and inspiration.

Scientific studies show how writing can benefit  your emotional and physical wellbeing. Journaling helps you cope with experiences and can prepare you to face similar experiences in the future.

“Journal therapy is all about using personal material as a way of documenting an experience and learning more about yourself in the process”, Kathleen Adams, psychotherapist and author of Journal To the Self, told The Huffington Post. “It lets us say what’s on our minds and helps us get- and stay- healthy through listening to our inner desires and needs.”

In January I started sharing monthly journaling prompts…

PROMPTS THAT WILL HELP YOU:

  • Create a journaling habit
  • Live with more intention
  • Let go of the things that don’t serve you
  • Stay connected with what is most important in your life
  • Create new habits
  • Relax
  • Inspire creativity
  • Practice conscious gratitude
  • Find a greater sense of wellbeing
  • Create clarity in your life
  • Tune into your intuition and gain insight about yourself

You can get the January prompts here and the February prompts here.

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[Journaling Prompts and Inspiration] Are you thinking about starting a journal? There is something appealing about the freedom of thought and expression without rules expectations or judgment. Click through to get the tips, tools and prompts I used to start journaling daily. Download the journaling prompts and inspiration now. #selfcare #selflove #gratitude #wellness #journaling

March Journaling Prompts

  1. List 5 things I’m grateful for.
  2. What am I looking forward to the most about spring?
  3. List 3 things that made me smile today.
  4. I’m going to start a kickstart campaign and it will be [Fill In the Blank]
  5. Positive habits in my life.
  6. My favorite book
  7. My favorite quote
  8. Describe the view from your window.
  9. My favorite things in life are
  10. Three positive thoughts
  11. My favorite simple pleasure
  12. One thing I love to talk about.
  13. Right now my priority is
  14. My favorite way to relax
  15. When was the last time I expressed gratitude to someone?
  16. Create a spring bucket list
  17. I am really good at [Fill In the Blank]
  18. My favorite way to practice self care
  19. What are my idiosyncrasies?
  20. My favorite time of day is and why
  21. What does “the grass is always greener on the other side” mean to me?
  22. My dream job is [Fill In the Blank]
  23. Write a letter or note to my older self
  24. The most unexpected compliment I ever got
  25. What I am taking for granted day to day the I can be thankful for
  26. How am I spending my free time lately?
  27. Three things I value about myself are [Fill In the Blank]
  28. If I won the lottery I would [Fill In the Blank]
  29. What current events are in the news?
  30. Lyrics from a song that inspires me
  31. List 5 things I am grateful for

[Journaling Prompts and Inspiration] Are you thinking about starting a journal? There is something appealing about the freedom of thought and expression without rules expectations or judgment. Click through to get the tips, tools and prompts I used to start journaling daily. Download the journaling prompts and inspiration now. #selfcare #selflove #gratitude #wellness #journaling

We’ve heard it before, probably many times, the most important relationship in our life is the one with ourselves. Yet, in our busy lives, we typically don’t make the time to connect with our inner self, check in and give it some love.

I challenge you to journal regularly for a year, to make journaling a habit. That doesn’t mean you have to write every single day. Maybe begin with regularly journaling once or twice a week.

Print the Creating a Habit tracker, in the March Journaling Prompts and Inspiration download and hang it where you will see it often as a daily reminder.

LOOKING FOR MORE JOURNALING INSPIRATION AND HOW TO START CREATING A DAILY JOURNALING HABIT?

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31 Comments

  1. Jill, it truly has been a while since I stopped by your page OMG SO MANY NEW/COOL THINGS GOING ON FOR YOU – so exciting – it looks like you run your own studio and have this whole namaste, embrace, calm vibe going on and I LOVE IT – so happy for you <3 congrats!

  2. Welcome back! I love journaling, so I so happy to see some topic ideas and inspo for it. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful creations! 🙂

  3. I agree writing or journaling can help you release stress because you letting it out on paper and not keeping it in. I used to journal when I was younger but now if I’m stressed I just write my book and it helps me out.

  4. I love journaling about my training for triathlons! It really helps me stay on track and see my progress!

  5. I don’t journal very often, but it’s always an amazing feeling whenever I do. It’s great to get all my jumbled thoughts onto paper and try to make sense of them; it always leaves me feeling more calm. For those days when I really want to write but don’t have anything in mind, these prompts really come in handy!

  6. I always loved to journal. Sadly, I have not done so in the last few years. I really like the journal prompts you have shared here. They are full of inspiration and great for those days when you need some uplifting.

  7. Welcome back! Way to kick the month off with a bang. I love every one of these prompts and can’t wait to dive in deeper with each of them.

  8. Thank you so much for a list of prompts! I have tried to make a journaling habit in the past but didn’t know where to start each day. I’m sure this will kick start my day in a healthy and happy way.

    1. Having journaling prompts was how I started journaling. Even though I’ve been journaling consistently for more than a year now I still use them when I’m stuck staring at a blank page. Let me know how it goes!

      Have a beautiful day.

  9. Your page is beautiful, and I love the prompts! I’ve recently reconnected with my love for writing through blogging, and I can already tell a positive difference in my mental wellness.

  10. I love this! As I get older, I start to realize how so many of us begin to feel unfulfilled, insecure, and just down. It’s got me thinking less about how to change it and more about why? Why do we feel we aren’t good enough, rich enough, beautiful enough? Are we set up to have too high expectations as children? Deem ourselves too special when we’re young? Not sure, just questioning 🙂

    1. Thank you Emily. The “why” has always been a question. I have theories but none of them seem like THE answer. If you find the answer let me know 🙂

      Have a beautiful day.

  11. Welcome back!! This looks like such a beautiful journal, i love how you have prompts on what we could journal about because, i do not journal much but have always wanted to go into it.

    1. Hello Lola. Having journaling prompts was how I started journaling. Even though I’ve been journaling consistently for more than a year now I still use them when I’m stuck staring at a blank page.

      Have a beautiful day!

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