150+ July Journal Prompts

Enjoy the summer to the fullest—these July writing questions for adults to capture the season. During the long, hot summer days, these journal writing questions will help you restart or get back on track with your regular journaling practice.

Your objectives and the development you’ve made so far this year are the focus of this month.

Here are July Journal Prompts

We’re going to examine your goals for the year, how far you’ve gone, what has changed, and what you still want to accomplish.

By the end of the month, you will have analyzed your year to date, determined what you need to accomplish in the next six months, and created a plan for the future. We’ll take it step-by-step, so it doesn’t become overwhelming.

We’ll work on your July goals as well.

Ideally, you should write a paragraph or two in your diary on each prompt.

Feel free to use your imagination here.

There are no boundaries!

• How do you experience the energy of July?

• A field of flowers surrounds you. Which type are they?

• How can you now appreciate your body?

• Which of your past vacations was the best?

• When was the last time you expressed your affection to someone?

• Write a review of a book or television program you are currently viewing.

• Comparing this July to the previous July. What’s different now? What hasn’t changed at all?

• Check to see what foods your body craves. How does it say that?

• What do you associate with this time of year?

• What was June’s mood?

• Do you have any feelings that you need to process because of July?

• What aspects of nature provide you joy?

• How do you discover happiness within yourself?

• What valuable lesson did you learn this year?

• Three items for which you should express gratitude should be listed.

• What would be the title of your autobiography?

• Consult your body to choose the type of exercise it prefers. What does that mean?

• What possessed you most recently?

• What about water do you find appealing?

• Before starting a letter to yourself, ask your higher self for writing guidance.

• Are you a meditator? In what way?

• Create a page in your journal where you save quotes that have special importance.

• In what ways may you express appreciation for your home?

• Which area of your personality do you wish to develop?

• Jot down three qualities about yourself that you adore and wouldn’t alter at all.

• What sustains you?

• What are some ways to enjoy summer?

• Compile a list of all the qualities you cherish in a pet or other animal.

• What color is your current favorite?

• What kind of clothing do you enjoy wearing?

• What do you have planned for August?

• Do you have a morning and evening routine?

• If so, what is your typical morning and evening schedule?

• Is there anything about your routine that you would like to alter?

• What three things would you like to incorporate into your everyday routine?

• What three items would you like to eliminate from your everyday routine?

• What fresh information have I learned during the past month?

• What was my greatest accomplishment during the last month?

• Describe three things I’ve learned throughout the lockdown and will keep learning.

• Describe the three finest times you had with your family last month.

• List your top five priorities for the upcoming month in writing.

• What is your proposed course of action for those priorities?

• Identify the three items you have devoted the majority of your attention to during the past six months.

• Make a list of the three things you want to focus on the most during the next six months.

• Do you practice affirmations of gratitude every day?

• What are those statements?

• Make a list of any six items or individuals for whom you are thankful.

• Make a list of the books you have read so far.

• How many out of five points will I award myself based on what I have learned over the past six months?

• What will I be concentrating on the most during the next six months?

• What will I pay the least attention to during the next six months?

• Have you set any plans that you haven’t followed through on in the recent six months?

• Specify the causes of their failure.

• Create a budget for the past six months.

• Prepare a budget for the following six months.

• Review and document your physical and mental health during the previous six months.

• List the previous six months’ worth of good things that have happened to your bodily and emotional wellness.

• List three adverse consequences you’ve noticed in the past six months on your physical and emotional health.

• What were the causes of such adverse outcomes?

• Create five self-affirmations in the positive for the second half of 2022.

• Describe your post-pandemic normal, if one exists.

• Your self-ratings, which you will assign after answering all the questions, on a scale of 1 to 10.

• Cheers to Canada Day! List 3 things you are aware of regarding Canada.

• National Blueberry Month is in July. Find a delicious dish that uses blueberries and prepare it.

• What do you have scheduled for this month?

• Today is America’s Independence Day. How does this affect you?

• Observe what is outside your window and explain it. Try this today at various times to witness the differences.

• Do you like the enjoyable/mini holidays every month? Or do you simply disregard them?

• What journaling tools do you like to use? Do you have a preferred journal, pen, location, washi tape, or anything else that makes writing more pleasurable?

• What one activity might you carry out this week to make someone smile?

• Where would you want to travel this summer?

• Whom and why would you like to invite on your vacation?

• Describe what the phrase “Lazy Days of Summer” means to you in your essay.

• Make a new summer beverage that you have never had before, then give your friends the recipe.

• Will you be growing any herbs or veggies this summer? How are they doing, and what are you growing?

• Currently, what one thing would you most like to get rid of? Can you let it go or find a quick method to get rid of it?

• Have you purchased anything on a whim this month? What did you purchase? Do you regret making the purchase, or are you happy you did?

• It’s the middle of the month. How are things going? (You’ll find another such question in due time, if you cannot answer now, don’t worry; you can do it later too!)

• Choose a quick task from your list and put some serious effort into it today. How does it feel to start moving in the right direction finally?

• What would your own holiday be called if you could design it? How may it be observed?

• What kind of day do you envision having? Could you give it a detailed description?

• Send a handwritten note or special letter to a friend you haven’t seen in a long.

• Write down three to five things for which you are grateful today.

• What two kind deeds might you do in the upcoming weeks for a friend or family member?

• Today is Wonderful Grandma Day. Write about your grandmother or the grandmother you love the most and how she embodies this.

• If you can’t meet up, prepare a dinner for a buddy and send it to them.

• Observe the sights, sounds, and fragrances in your area and write about them.

• Get organized for the upcoming month by organizing your workspace.

• Identify objectives for the upcoming month. Do you need to carry over any of this month’s goals into August’s goals?

• What activities do you personally have scheduled for August?

• Were your July objectives achieved? Should you carry over any current initiatives or ambitions into August?

• What kind of weekend activities do you like most?

• What do you plan to accomplish this month? Consider the steps necessary to complete your monthly goals after writing them down.

• In the upcoming month, what are you looking forward to?

• Because of…, I am grateful to reside in America.

• Which part of the Fourth of July festivities did you like the most?

• Look at the objectives you set for the year in the beginning. In terms of your job, your life, your relationships, your studies, etc., what did you want to achieve this year?

• What have you achieved this year so far? List all of your accomplishments, large and small.

• Take a look at yesterday’s accomplishments. Write about how you were able to complete these assignments and meet your objectives.

• What compromises have you made this year to date in order to achieve your goals? Did you cut back on your social life to help your business succeed?

• Who gave you support this year? Make a list of the persons who supported you in achieving your success or ambitions. Try to recall everyone who offered support or aid in any way to you this year. Acquaintances, superiors, coworkers, neighbors, etc. Add a tag to this list for future use.

• Since the start of this year, what has changed? If your life has changed since January, describe it in your essay. Has your location seen a lifting of COVID restrictions? Describe the current state of your “new normal.”

• Re-evaluate your yearly objectives at this time. Which objectives have lost their relevance or significance? If you want to let things go, write them down and give yourself permission.

• Set aside some time to refresh and amend your initial resolutions for the year. You’ve let go of the unimportant things, and you are aware of your accomplishments and lack thereof thus far this year. Achieve your objectives for the remainder of the year by making any necessary modifications to your goals.

• Identify your remaining year’s goals at this point. Include your objectives for your career, school, family, personal, health, relationships, and other areas of life in writing.

• Put the actions you must do to achieve each of these goals on paper. To come up with some concepts for your approach, make a thought map or a brain dump.

• Give each of these objectives a deadline. What is the estimated time for each step?

• Monthly Assessment: Your monthly objectives have received less attention than your annual ones; how are they going? In the remaining days of the month, what can you accomplish?

• Rewrite your list according to importance while taking another look at your 13th-day goals. Which of your objectives is the most significant to you? Which objectives would you choose to concentrate on, and which ones are less significant if something came up and you had to let something slide?

• Make a list of the adjustments you will need to make in order to achieve your goals. To eat better or start a new exercise regimen, do you need to start meal planning? Do you need to make a budget to pay for your objectives? Make careful to include the good result when you list the modifications you need to make. When you need inspiration or a reminder of why you’re doing these things, refer back to this later.

• Write out some motivational statements and post them where you will frequently see them as reminders of why you want to achieve your objectives. At your desk, on the refrigerator, or in your calendar, for example. Create a vision board of your future success as a way to take this question a step further.

• Describe your successes in your writing.

• Are you being hindered by anything? Money, one’s own negative thoughts, etc. How can you make those factors work for you rather than against you and turn the situation around?

• To help you stay motivated, make some positive affirmations. I am fearless, and gorgeous, and I have faith in myself.

• Review the steps that need to be taken and the timescale you established for each goal. For the remainder of the year, create a strategy for each month. What can you do each month to keep on track and complete your tasks before the year’s end?

• Describe the criteria you wish to have met at the end of each month in further detail, breaking down your monthly objectives even further. How can you do your weekly tasks so that you reach your monthly objectives? If you believe that trackers will help you remain focused, create them.

• Create a schedule in your planner for the objective tasks you must carry out during the following weeks. If you need assistance or inspiration, review your lists.

• Review what we’ve covered so far this month during your free time today. Do you like your strategy as is, or does it need a few changes?

• Well done, you made it! Take some time off today; you deserve it. Alternately, write freely while sitting in your preferred outdoor location.

• What are your plans for the remainder of the summer? What have you got planned?

• What favorable occurrences occurred this month? Which parts were your favorites?

• Monthly Summary: What lessons did you learn this month?

• Review of the Month: How was this month for you? Which objectives have you achieved? What do you still have to finish?

• Review your month, highlighting the positives and negatives.

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