When journaling, whether you are a pro or new to the journaling scene knowing the types of questions to ask yourself is key! It'll help you not only make the best use of your journal but also experience personal growth on a level that you never imagined possible.
We've compiled a list of our top journaling questions to answer to make your journaling journey more rewarding, and fun and to get the best use out of your new Soothi journal. We've divided the questions into different categories to inspire you.
1. What is your favorite quote?
2. What quote motivates you the most (if different than your favorite quote?)
3. What is a quote that you find yourself telling others often?
4. What is your parent's favorite quote? (Take a guess if you have to.)
5. What is a general quote to live by?
6. What are you thankful for today?
7. What can you acknowledge yourself for this past year?
8. Compared to 3 years ago, what personal growth can you identify that you have experienced?
9. What obstacles have you overcome in the last five years?
10. Where do you see yourself next year?
11. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
12. What are your strengths?
13. What are your weaknesses?
14. What can you do to embrace your weaknesses?
15. List 10 things you love about yourself.
16. Where do you see your business in 10 years?
17. What are your business goals for this month?
18. What are your business goals for this week?
19. How will you achieve your business goals this month/week?
20. Who is your business mentor and why?
21. What are your business strengths?
22. What are areas requiring improvement?
23. Who is your business accountability partner?
24. How can your accountability partner help you?
25. How can you help your accountability partner?
26. How can I support my family/partner?
27. What makes you proud of your family/partner?
28. List 10 things that make you thankful for your family/partner.
29. What are some dreams of your family/partner?
30. What can you do to keep your relationship with your family/partner healthy?
With this list of questions, you should be ready to start journaling more frequently as well as start seeing some of its benefits. Once you've identified which questions in the journal apply to you, give yourself homework to answer at least 5 per day.
These questions should also inspire you to come up with your own!