Sometimes when you’re journaling, a question might arise in your mind relating somehow to something you’re writing. More often than not, these are vital to knowing, living, and loving your purpose…for your career, finances, and life. In this post, here are some ideas to show you how to get answers to important life questions.
What do you do with it?
By making it a point to write down questions, you engage in creative thinking 🧠, especially if the questions themselves motivate the search for answers 🔎.
Questions also become jumping-off points to use for future journaling prompts just like the ones I have been providing in this journaling series. (No, not the kinds of questions you ask aloud) Do these questions touch many topics, or do they focus on one area? It might be they’re pointing you toward a new project or learning opportunity. Things that make you go “hmm…!”
⬇️ ⬇️ Use the writing prompt below to journal your way to answer life’s most important questions! ⬇️ ⬇️
Your Turn to Write: Got questions? Start a list made up of nothing but questions. Write down every single question you can think of, then mark one of them to research for a future journaling endeavor.
Do you find yourself procrastinating on this idea of journaling? I have, for sure, and it’s why I created my email series, “Procrastination to Productive!” I invite you to get this series for free by clicking here.