Journal Prompts for Spring Beginnings

Friends, happy (almost) spring. I don’t know about you, but it feels exceptionally profound this year. With everything that has gone on, it’s good to reflect with some journal prompts for Spring beginning.

We’ve been through a lot.

When the pandemic hit, we all changed more in about 48 hours than we changed in entire years prior to that. It wasn’t easy. We all went through our own personal versions of hardship that left, or are continuing to leave, scars that we’ll carry with us for the rest of our lives.

But, as we move into the spring season, a season of rebirth, rejuvenation, and new beginnings, and as the world begins to see glimmers of hope of the end of the pandemic, I invite you to take some time to think about your own new beginning.

What new beginning do you want to create?

An Exercise for You

I invite you to use the journal prompts below to explore your own thoughts, feelings, and dreams for this next chapter in your life.

When I do exercises like this, music helps put me in the right mindset to think deeply and to be creative. 

Grab your journal, computer, or just a piece of paper and a pen. Hit play on the button below, and let’s dig in.

Journal Prompts for Spring

Use these prompts (one, some, all) to help guide you to think about what your new beginning could look like.

What has been really hard is….

I didn’t realize that I…

If I’m being totally honest…

I wish I could…

I miss…

I’m most excited to…

If I wasn’t afraid, I would…

I want to look back and know that I…

The truth is…

That’s all. Just some reflection this week. I’m feeling particularly contemplative these days, and if you are too, I wanted to share the type of exercise I’m doing to lean into it. 

Sending you love for a new beginning.

“The best time for new beginnings is NOW.”