Using a daily writing prompt is a great way to enhance your personal journal writing, and it is a great way as well to help kids elevate their journal keeping to a higher level. We all experience writer’s block at times and can use some help jump starting our writing, be it in our journal or elsewhere, and prompts can help overcome this problem. Other writers use a daily writing prompt simply because they enjoy it.
Yes! Use Writing Prompts
Are you interested in a daily writing prompt that is themed by the month or season or are you more interested in a random writing prompt? Personally, I like both options as I find it best to mix up my journaling because that keeps it fresh and exciting for me, which keeps me interested and engaged.
Use a daily writing prompt or do whatever you need to do to ensure that you write in your journal on a regular if not a daily basis because there are so many wonderful health benefits to regular journal writing. You’ll lower your stress level, discover solutions, reveal insights, and process challenging and/or difficult situations.
Shown below is a graphic with just some of the 68 brand new daily writing prompts for everyone we published in the last few weeks. And, here is a link to even more daily writing ideas available right on journalbuddies.com.
Daily Writing Prompt Resources
Ignite your imagination and infuse your writing by exploring the many daily writing prompt resource available to you online. Most of them are free, and with just a little bit of time and research, you will soon discover your favorite daily writing prompt resources that you’ll go to day after day after day to keep your journal writing on track.
Oh, and be sure that you do not turn your daily writing into a task or a chore because that is a killjoy, and we all know that when something becomes a killjoy we avoid it like the plague!! So…. be willing to change and adjust your journaling to keep it fresh and exciting, or to do the same for your students if you are a teacher.
- Daily Writing Prompts Organized by Month for Teachers —
Daily prompts organized by month also but viewable online.
- Daily Prompts Updated by the Week (better suited to Kids) —
Great listing of a week’s worth of daily writing prompts by calendar date.
- Random Daily Journal Prompt (more suited for Adults) —
Scroll down the page just a smidge and click on the “click here for a random writing prompt” button
- Daily Writing Prompts for Journaling, Prose, Poetry, & Memoirs —
A plethora of writing prompts for every taste and style of writing
Hopefully, you found these writing resources helpful. 🙂 But, if after playing with these writing prompt resources, you are still struggling with writer’s block, then I have a resource for you. Check out this wonderful article entitled How to Overcome Writer’s Block Once and For All: My Surprising Solution. I think you’ll find it helpful.
Journal keeping is a great way to refine your writing skills and to express your deepest thoughts and feelings. You can keep your writings private if you prefer, or you can share your journal entries with others. If this idea excites you, I suggest that you make an online journal. They are free and very fun!
Whether you decide to write in a printed and bound journal and keep your writing private or create a public, online journal, it is your choice. However you go about it… just get to writing on a daily basis. You’ll be glad you did!
Until next time, happy writing to you!