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3 Easy Prompts To Answer In Your Morning Pages Every Day

Do you get stuck on what to write as your stare at a blank page in the morning?

Do you often start your morning pages with 'I don't know what to write today'?

I have always been a huge admirer of prompts. Be it creative writing or journaling, prompts have always helped me kick-start my writing process smoothly.

I have provided 3 prompts in this post that can help you get unstuck on your morning pages every single morning as you sit in quiet with your journal.

Writing morning pages is a sacred practice and it has the potential to change and shape your life when done consistently.

But a lack of ideas and thoughts to put on paper can easily discourage you from journaling and give up too soon on this wonderful practice.

You need to be consistent, above all, when it comes to journaling to see its impact on your life. The impact is subtle, slow, yet life-altering.

So, the next time you find yourself looking for words to put in your journal, just refer to these 3 prompts and answer them in your journal. They will also help you get into the flow of writing further.

Prompt 1: List 5 Things You Are Grateful For.

A day that begins with gratitude is often blessed in all ways. A grateful heart attracts so much more to be grateful for. So, writing a simple list of a few things you are grateful for in your life can set the right tone for your day ahead.

This list can include things as simple as your morning tea, coffee, or walk. It's entirely up to you to list things that make you feel alive and happy.

Don't just write the list, feel the feeling of thankfulness as your mention those things in your journal.

Prompt 2: What Do You Look Forward To Today?

You can either let the day run you or you can run the day. When you list things that you expect to happen or feel on a given day, you tell the Universe what you want from the day.

So, it's good to mention in your journal what you are looking forward to and bonus, if you write affirmations for it to go well.

And it doesn't have to be major events. It can be wanting to look forward to simple joys of life, like taking a stroll in the park after a tiring day at work. It helps you stay present and live in the moment.

Prompt 3: How Do You Feel In This Moment and How Would You Like To Feel?

This prompt will help you come back to the present if you are too focused on the past or future. Just ground yourself, place your hand on your heart, close your eyes, and ask yourself: How am I feeling right now?

Take a few moments to recognise those feelings and then free-write about what comes to your mind. How you are feeling.

Once you are done, tap into the feelings that you want to feel and then, write about them. If you want to feel happy, ask yourself what can make you feel happy today? What can you do to cheer yourself up or pamper yourself?

These prompts will help you go through one day at a time and over a period of time, you will realise how impactful these three prompts are for your life.

Try these for, at least, 30 days first. I am such a fan of 30-day challenges. I would love to know how these created a difference in your life.



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