Don’t know what to journal about? 10 journaling prompts for you!

Does the following thing sound familiar to you? Wanting to journal, whipping out all of your journaling supplies and opening that precious little book of yours, but coming to the conclusion that you have the worst journaling block ever? Stop worrying and look no further. I’ve compiled a list with 10 journaling prompts specially for you!

1. Doodle your favorite painting

2. Write the life story of a stranger you saw today. Make it as detailed as you want!

3. Look up your horoscope and reflect on it. Did any of the things become reality?

4. If today was a colour, what would it be?

5. Songs you sing in the shower

I doodled Sterrennacht (Starry Night) by Vincent van Gogh

6. Write a letter to your favorite inanimate object

7. Glue in as much bits and bots you can find in your favorite colour. Don’t worry about not making it pretty

8. Doodle the meaning of all of your names

9. Look at this article with the 100 most beautiful words in English, pick one and write about it

10. Go for a walk in your neighbourhood and collect things, such as leaves, that you find on the street

Be sure to tag me on instagram @pamjournals if you plan on doing one of these prompts! I’m really curious to see what beautiful entries will be the result of these!


The most inspiring video I’ve ever seen

When you ask my friends what my obsession is, chances are they’ll say journaling. For over two years I’ve been trying to document the lovely things in life: graduating high school, finding out who I really am, writing down quotes by my friends. The list goes on and on…

I have to admit that, even though I am a consistent journaller, I tend to get in a journaling rut every now and then. I can have an entire week without writing a single world, days where I just stare at my page, but nothing comes out.

I always tend to look for inspiration online to get me going again and a few months ago I stumbled upon this gorgeous video by Sonia from SoulPancake. I watched it and when it finished, I watched it again. It had me completely mesmerised. This one video is so well put together that it’s one that you can watch over and over again.

Whenever somebody tells me they want to get into journaling, I always send them the link to this video, hoping it can spark some inspiration. It certainly did with me and I hope you’ll get the same feeling as I did after watching it.