Daily Journaling Prompts | February 2022


Even though February is the shortest month it can sometimes feel like an eternity, especially if you live in the northern hemisphere and are ready for winter to be over already…like me :)

So this month I thought I would make the journaling prompts all about happy, fun, and positive things to help keep you on the bright side of the darker days.

Positive thinking can have a huge impact on your day so try to keep your responses light and cheerful and watch this month fly by with a smile on your face!

Here are this month’s daily journaling prompts.

Choose ONE prompt each day and dedicate 5-10 minutes to writing your answer. If your time runs longer because you have a lot to write, it’s okay. Keep writing!

Be as creative as you like here…the sky’s the limit!

DAILY Journaling Prompts - February 2022

  1. What do you want to do this month? Write your goals for the month, and think about what you need to do to accomplish them.

  2. What are you excited about in the coming month?

  3. Write a list of things that make you happy. Stick the list someplace where you will see it often.

  4. Today is National Wear Red Day to increase awareness of heart disease in women. What steps can you make to a more heart-healthy lifestyle?

  5. Write a list of people you can count on to cheer you up and/or for a good laugh.

  6. Close you eyes and imagine feeling warm and cozy. Now write about it: where are you? What is around you? What do you have with you? Who is with you or are you alone?

  7. Take your mind off the cold weather and think ahead: Make a list of all of the fun things you are going to do this spring/summer.

  8. What is your favorite comfort food when it’s cold out?

  9. Write about a time when you had FUN! What did you do? Who was with you?

  10. Write a list of songs that make you feel happy and/or bring back good memories. Add these to your playlist! Include some of your favorite song lyrics in your journaling if you want.

  11. What is your go-to movie to pick you up when you’re feeling down? Why do you love it?

  12. What are some of your guilty pleasures?

  13. Write 5 things that made you happy so far this month.

  14. Happy Valentine’s Day! How about we skip the whole Valentine’s Day thing and think about friendships instead. Write a list of your friends and the qualities you admire most about them.

  15. Mid-Month Review: We’ve been focusing on your annual goals, but how are your goals for this month coming along? What can you accomplish in the remainder of the month?

  16. Are there any collections that you keep? When did you start collecting them and why?

  17. How does focusing on positivity affect your mood?

  18. List 5 things you’re feeling optimistic about.

  19. If you could make three wishes and they would come true, what would you wish for?

  20. Write about a quote you live by.

  21. What are some ways you can find happiness in the small things in everyday life?

  22. Write about one of your favorite places to go and write all the words you can think of to describe it.

  23. What are some of your favorite ways to relax and unwind?

  24. List 7 things you love to do that genuinely bring you joy and happiness.

  25. Mardi Gras is March 1 this year. What was the best party you’ve ever been to? What made it so memorable?

  26. Look ahead to next month: What events do you need to prepare for? What are you looking forward to?

  27. Month in Review: What good things happened this month? What were your favorite moments this month?

  28. Month in Review: How did this month go? Which goals did you complete? What do you still need to work on?

Download the Prompts and take them with you…


The new daily journaling prompts for March come out on the last Monday of the month. Look for them on February 28th.

Here are some of the previous monthly prompts if you want to check them out:


Even though you only need a pen and paper, here are some of my favorite journaling supplies if you want to check them out:

  • I like to use a few different notebooks for journaling but my favorite is this Leuchtturm1917 Softcover. I prefer the squared pages but you can also get the dot grid, lined, or blank formats.

  • If you would rather use a spiral binding, these notebooks are the best! I love that they come in a three-pack so I always have an extra one on hand. These are also a squared format but I think they are available in lined and dot-grid too.

  • To be honest, my go-to pen is a simple, classic black Bic but when I want something a little fancier I use either use these Muji Gel Pens or these Micron Sakura Pigma.

  • Get creative with your journaling and add some Washi Tape, Stickers, or if you’re artistic you can draw your own doodles.

  • Sometimes I like to add photos to my journaling and over the years I’ve tried a bunch of different printers. I started out using this Fujifilm Instax Mini but it wasn’t very practical to carry around all the time. Since the quality was so much better when I use my phone for pictures I decided to splurge on the Canon Ivy Mini Printer. It connects directly to my phone through the app and easily prints on 2x3 sticker photo paper that I can add right to my journal page instantly.

I hope today’s post inspires you to pick up your journal and start writing! Here are a few Everyday Journaling Prompts to get you started.

I’m so happy you stopped by today! Thanks, ❤️


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