daily journaling prompt:. What was the best thing that happened to you today? What is something that made you laugh today? What steps did you take today towards a goal you’re working on? Who made your day better today? How can you pay that feeling forward? What made today unique? What is one thing you want to remember from today? When did you feel most authentically yourself today? How can you make tomorrow (even) better than today? ===. Prompts for gratitude journaling:. What are three things you’re grateful for today? What’s something that’s working well in your life right now? What’s a simple pleasure in your life that you are thankful for? What musician or song are you grateful for? Why? Look around your room. What are some things that make you grateful? What person in your life are you most thankful for? What tradition in your life makes you feel grateful? What experiences have you had that you are grateful for? journaling prompts for self-discovery:. Who are you when nobody is looking? If your best friend described you, what would they say? What truths have you uncovered in the past year? Where did you get your most closely held values? What is your enneagram (or horoscope sign)? Do you feel that it suits you? What magic power would you like to have? What scares you? What do you feel is your purpose in life, and has that answer changed in the last five years? Cultivate mindfulness:. What negative emotions am I holding onto? How can I let them go? Identify three urges you resisted today. If food is a struggle for you, what are some moments today when you made the choice not mindlessly eat something? What do I need to let go of? Identify three times that you felt challenged today. What is something I can start doing today that my future self will thank me for in one year? What is one past failure that I can now identify as a gift? What is the story of my life right now, and is it the one I want to be living? prompts for self-improvement:. Identify three negative things that you often say to yourself, and formulate retorts to all of them. What do you need the most right now? How can you meet that need? How can you improve your self-care? What goals have you lost sight of? Are you interested in picking them up again? In what ways do you waste time? How can you minimize these distractions? What do you want to be remembered for? What boundaries do you need to set in your life right now, and with whom? What would your ideal life look like? Describe it fully. prompts for living your best life:. What is something that you have been putting off for far too long? What haven’t you done because you are afraid? Write down seven little details from your week that you might otherwise forget. What five people do you spend the most time with? How do those people impact your life in positive ways? What is something that you have always wanted to learn more about? How could you go about doing that? If you could only accomplish three things tomorrow, what would they be? If you had to choose a life mantra or quote, what would it be? How are you going to make tomorrow the best day that it can be?