June 2022 Journal Prompts

Once again we’re roaring into a new month of journal prompts! June is here, and I am ready for a break!

I mentioned last month that I had gotten behind on my journaling, and unfortunately that carried over into May. There’s something about the spring that is always overwhelming and over scheduled for me. But I’m trying to be kinder to myself in using these prompts as inspiration rather than requirements.

So where does that leave us for June? A little bit of whimsy actually! The start of summer is the perfect time to take a step back, breathe, and let your imagination run wild a bit. Spend the month thinking about fairytales, books you want to read, TV characters you identify with, and how you’d spend an unlimited amount of money. Whether you’re planning to travel anywhere this month/summer, use these prompts as a way to do a little mental magical tourism!

And if you think you’re getting through the month without one of my hard-hitting introspective questions, don’t worry! I’ve got you covered with prompt #10, “What’s something you feel like you’re suppressing for others?”

All in all, a nice and (relatively) easy creative challenge for the month!

Remember to use the hashtag #2022ImagineJournaling to share what you’re creating with me on Instagram. And I’ll be sharing my journaling creations monthly on my stories! Happy journaling! 🎉

  1. June Goals
  2. Places you can be found
  3. TBR pile/list
  4. Characters you would be in different TV shows
  5. Rainbow
  6. The forest or the ocean?
  7. Observations of Summer
  8. Your favorite fairytale
  9. “If I had a gazillion dollars…”
  10. What’s something you feel like you’re suppressing for others?

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