After what felt like the longest January ever, we’ve made it to a new month! February is a month of love, kindness, and compassion. So why not get cozy and open up your heart with these thoughtfully curated journal prompts for February? One journal prompt for each day of the month.
If you’re a beginner at journaling or you’re new to journal prompts, this list is bound to keep you thinking. You can also scroll down for 3 tips to keep in mind when using these February journal prompts.
29 Journal Prompts for February
- When did your life change for the better?
- If someone wanted to truly understand you, what would they read, watch, listen to?
- What is your biggest passion?
- Is there anyone you trust with your life?
- What’s your personal heaven?
- Do you believe in true love?
- What makes you feel empowered?
- How would your perfect partner treat you?
- What’s your favourite cheesy pick-up line?
- Have you ever texted someone you liked first?
- How did you start your day, today?
- What traits or habits do you wish you didn’t have?
- Where do you go when you want to be alone?
- Would you ever want your life to be like a romcom?
- What’s your favourite date night activity?
- Where do you feel most comfortable?
- Do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength?
- What sound makes you happiest?
- Which activities make you lose track of time?
- What is the kindest thing someone has done for you?
- Do you believe people can change?
- Who do you sometimes compare yourself to?
- Do you believe in love at first sight?
- What is something everyone should try at least once?
- If your life were a novel, what would the title be?
- What is the best part of your daily routine?
- Is it easier to love or hate?
- What do you judge people for most often?
- Do you believe in miracles?
How to Use These Prompts
Tip #1: Be Honest
Let your intuition guide you when writing your responses. The more authentic your answers are, the more effective this exercise becomes. Journaling can help align your mind, beliefs, thoughts, and actions.
Tip #2: No Judgement
Your journal is written by you, FOR YOU. There’s no word count, no rules, and most importantly no right or wrong answer. These are tools to help you learn more about yourself and embark on your self-discovery journey.
Tip #3: Have Fun
Don’t take it too seriously! Journal prompts are a great way to destress and declutter your mind by putting your thoughts onto paper. There’s no need to have perfect grammar or formatting.
Remember to check in next month for more great journal prompts!
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