Are you looking for daily self reflection questions for personal development and growth? Well, today is your day, because that’s what this article is all about!
Don't Know Where To Start? + The Best Daily Self Reflection Journal Prompts
I want to share with you some of the most powerful daily writing prompts ever! I crafted them with love and tons of psychology-based research.
It get’s better because at the end of this article I’m going to give you some tips and great practices so you can get the best of these self reflection writing prompts.
You can take your time answering them and not doing all of them at once. I advise you to pick the ones that are “speaking” to you the most. If you need to save this for a later time, I recommend doing that now!
- Today, what are the top three things you are most grateful for?
- What was your favorite thing about today?
- How did you stay true to yourself today?
- If you did not stay true to yourself, how can you do better next time?
- Who made your day better?
- Currently, who are the people that mean the most to you?
- How much quality time did you spend with these people today?
- Tomorrow, how can you be intentional about spending quality time with them?
- What did you do today to be one step closer to achieving them?
- What is currently not helping you and needs to be removed from your to-do list?
- Are you living in a way that reflects the person you want to be?
- Tomorrow, what can you adjust your behavior and perspective to be more aligned to the person you want to be?
- What do you value most about today?
- How can you make tomorrow better?
- If you keep living life this way, would you become the person you want to be?
- Currently, what are your three biggest goals?
- What change can you make tomorrow to be one step closer to your goals?
I like to start my journaling in the morning with a hot cup of tea after i’ve had breakfast and then I often leave a few questions for the night to finish my journaling and see where they showed up for myself allll day! Ya know what I mean.
By staying consistent it helps us to look back and see whether we are making progress and where we need to make progress.
“Failing is a success if we learn from it.”
Research shows that you force your brain to engage more deeply with the information when you write it down by hand. It processes the details, and it digests the information in a way that makes sense for you. It can be abstract in your brain until you write it down. Your answers get a special box in your brain. You can recall the message better and extract most of it.
- Make it a part of your routine; night or morning or both
- Be Consistent
- Have a creative Journal
When we strive to become better then everything around us also becomes better. We make better choices because we feel better and vise versa.
Jotting down our flustered brain thoughts we are more likely to a have clarity and having clarity brings us peace for the moment. Until we have to do it again.
Nevertheless, this brings us closer to a better version of ones self.
Making your journal fun with colors of stickers, paper, or pens makes it more exciting to journal