For many people, the end of the year is a time of reflection and thinking ahead to the New Year. One great way to get the noise out of your head and release tension is to start keeping a journal. It’s often difficult to talk to friends our family about what’s troubling us, but journaling allows us to get our thoughts out without repercussions or interruptions. Journaling is often the way to the root of the problem, and by the time you’re finished writing, you might be surprised at how much your tension is reduced. Below I’ve included some December journal prompts to help get you started.
- What will your one word be for 2018 to meditate and reflect on?
- How do you really feel about the holidays?
- On a scale of 1-10 how is your mental health or your pain levels today?
- What’s something you would like to learn more about in 2018?
- List 3 new intentions you’d like to adapt in the New Year
- What area of your life do you need support in right now?
- What area of your life do you need to surrender to God right now?
- Is there an even on the news or social media that’s triggering you right no? Journal your thoughts about it.
- What’s your favorite Bible verse or spiritual prose right now?
- What emotions are you currently feeling?
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See how many of these December related words you can use in your journal this month.
- Loved Ones
- Early Morning
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