Summer Fun Journaling Prompts & A Free Printable | June 2022
I’m sorry that this month’s prompts are a little late!
Take a minute to look through this month’s journaling prompts. Don’t skip over the ones that will bring out all the feelings. Those are the ones that will help you the most.
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!
Summer Fun Journaling Prompts - MAY 2022
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.
List three small steps you can take toward your goals.
National Gardening Week: Write about what you want to plant in your garden or flower bed.
Describe your dream garden.
What is on your summer bucket list this year?
Make a list of 10 things you want to accomplish this summer?
What is your favorite summer memory?
Write about your ideal summer day. What does it include?
Today (June 8) is best friends day: what is something you can do to celebrate your best friend? What does their friendship mean to you?
Where is your favorite place to go during the summer?
Do you prefer the beach or the pool? Why?
What books are on your summer reading list?
Write a stream of consciousness journal entry.
Mid-Month Review: How are your goals for this month coming along? What can you accomplish in the remainder of the month?
Make a list of all of your small victories so far this month.
What are the best summer activities in your city or surrounding areas?
What is your favorite summer food?
Try a new recipe and journal your experience.
First Day of Summer: Do one thing to help celebrate today.
Think of three fun summer activities. Can you do any of them before fall?
Describe your family’s summer morning routine right now.
Describe your family’s summer evening routine right now.
What are three things that have made you laugh this month?
What is your favorite thing about summer right now?
Choose 5 words to describe your summer. Why does each word fit your experience?
Write about 5 things that made you happy this month.
Look ahead to next month: What events do you need to prepare for? What are you looking forward to?
Month in Review: What lessons did you learn this month?
Today (June 29) is Camera Day. Paste a photo into your journal and write about it.
Month in Review: How did this month go? Which goals did you complete? What do you still need to work on?
BONUS PROMPT: Write about summer using all 5 senses. What sights, smells, sounds, etc. remind you of summer?
affirmations FOR SUMMER
I will take a moment to bask in the sun and appreciate my life.
This summer, I will focus on the positives and not the negatives.
Every day I am becoming more playful and adventurous.
I will enjoy the summer and its glow and not take it for granted.
I allow myself to fully express how I feel and what I want.
I am a creative spirit and joyful explorer of both my inner and outer worlds.
I am opening up to blissful possibilities through new relationships every day.
I will use this summer to manifest my dreams.
I will attract things that are good for me this summer.
I choose to surround myself with people who feel like sunshine.
There are no limitations to my happiness and I can do anything my heart yearns for.
DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE PROMPTS AND AFFIRMATIONS
The new daily journaling prompts for May come out on the last Monday of the month. Look for them on June 27th.
JOURNALING SUPPLIES I RECOMMEND
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 squared format but I think they are available in line and dot grid too.
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.
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