227+ November Journal Prompts: Dive into Self-Reflection

When looking back, November is a beautiful time to feel grateful. Various events are available during the month, many of which are related to football, food, and family.

Each day of November has a different writing prompt, which is listed below. This month’s noteworthy days have been highlighted by the prompts chosen for this post.

Diary entries, daily warm-ups, or speaking and listening exercises can be employed. It is usually the fourth Thursday in November; hence Thanksgiving doesn’t have a specific date.

Journaling Prompts For November

– November 1st is today. What do you think about the end of DST if you reside there?

– List your top three goals for the month, along with the reasons behind each.

– Which colors and why do you connect with this season?

– What daily affirmation do you find most comforting? Look for one and write it down if you don’t already have one.

– It’s the month of “Family Stories.” Create a family history that you wish to pass on and share.

– Which activities do you want to do more of?

– How does the transition from fall to winter weather affect your way of life?

– How can you stay active and healthy this month?

– What one thing in your life is you most appreciative of?

– What activities would you like to reduce? Write these things down for yourself, and then write them down with the intention of doing more of the opposite.

– What new pastime do you want to start this winter?

– What good deed did you see or perform recently? It’s World Kindness Week.

– Where do you want your company, career, or personal/family life to be in a year?

– Select two autumnal veggies you want to use more frequently or try for the first time, then search out some new recipes to go with them.

– What advice would you provide if someone told you they needed to be motivated?

– Explain in your own words what you understand by the word “cozy.”

– It’s almost time for Thanksgiving. How do you intend to mark this year’s holiday?

– Which of your today’s events did you find to be the best?

– What features of your home do you adore?

– How do you focus your attention on a new project?

– What accomplishments this month are you most proud of?

– Write down all you have to be thankful for.

– What inspires you the most right now, specifically? Why?

– How did you handle the difficulties you faced this year? What positive aspects of these difficulties can you find?

– A happy Thanksgiving to you! How do you interpret this day?

– What would you want to buy if you were shopping on Black Friday, or what are you buying?

– Your grin is caused by what?

– How are your December plans shaping up?

– If you were to sum up your experience with this month in one word, what would it be?

– How soon will the Christmas season start? Which incidents make you feel festive?

– Describe three presents you can offer this year that isn’t material things. Which exceptional recipient would you choose?

– List three possessions for which you are grateful in your writing. Why are these things valuable to you?

– Have you ever gotten a present that you weren’t pleased with? In what way did you react?

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November Writing Prompts

– What sort of presents will you be giving this holiday season?

– What present, if any, would you offer your parents? Why?

– What is the true meaning of the Christmas spirit?

– Have you ever offered a gift to someone unexpectedly? You gave the gift for what reason?

– Which presents work best as gifts?

– What are some ways you might express gratitude?

– How does it make you feel when someone appreciates you for a gift?

– When do you like presenting gifts? Why?

– When it comes to the holidays, why do we offer gifts?

– What can you do to help those who are in need?

– How can you help others this year in unique ways?

– Which would you prefer: receiving a gift or giving one? Why?

– How can we define giving?

– What exactly does being grateful entail?

– Has somebody ever given you a present from someone you didn’t particularly like or know well? You did what?

– What do you have cause for gratitude this Thanksgiving?

– Do you believe that everyone deserves a gift during the holidays? In what way?

– Which present you’ve ever gotten stands out in your mind the most? What made it unique?

– In the event that you were given the same present again, what would you do? Why?

– What words of appreciation do you use when receiving gifts?

– Which customs does your family have towards receiving gifts?

– Which present, if any, would you want to receive this holiday season? Why?

– Describe a time you got a present that wasn’t expected. The way did you feel?

– What vibe do you get from November?

– How do you personally define November?

– How do you keep yourself from forgetting to express thankfulness each day?

– What brand-new project can you take on this month?

– How do you feel when you think about November?

– This month, what concerns you? When this anxiety appears, how can you remain in the moment?

– To express your gratitude, write a letter to the person. Send it or simply keep it in your journal—your choice.

– What television program do you prefer? What is it about that program that you find so compelling?

– How recently did you read a book? From that, what did you learn?

– Share a quotation that is particularly meaningful to you right now.

– What event in the future can you get ready for right now?

– Consider a situation in this world that you wish might be changed. How can you help alter the world in a positive way?

– What is it about you and someone you disagree with that you find familiar?

– What family member can you help this month?

– Which language do you use for love?

– Which skill have you always wished you could master?

– What is something that, despite your lack of enthusiasm in doing it yourself, you’ve always been fascinated in?

– Which clothing item do you prefer? Your favorite reason for it?

– What can you do to spread love more widely on our planet?

– Express in writing a recent dream you experienced. Take it apart.

– What promotes a sense of calm?

– List three current blessings that you are thankful for.

– How can I serve my community more effectively?

– Considering the passage of time, what significant event or occurrence occurred in October?

– Three affirmations should be written down.

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November Journal Prompts for Kindergarten

  • 1 Draw a picture of your most-loved animal and write its name under the picture.
  • 2 If you could do something amazing, like a superhero, what would it be, and what would you do with it?
  • 3 Write about a time when you felt really, really happy. What made you so happy?
  • 4 What do you like doing best with your friends or family? Draw a picture of it.
  • 5 If you could go on a big adventure anywhere in the world, where would you go, and what fun things would you do there?
  • 6 Tell me about a story or book that you really, really like. Why is it your favorite?
  • 7 Draw a picture of your family and write the names of your family members next to their faces.
  • 8 Pretend you have a magical wand that can make one wish come true. What would you wish for?
  • 9 Write about your most favorite food and why it’s so yummy.
  • 10 Draw a picture of something you’re really good at, like playing a game or making beautiful art.

November Journal Writing Prompts

– What changes have you noticed in your life during the past year?

– What spiritual advancements have you made this month? Feeling powerful or something you can improve in this area of your life?

– What does it take to keep you rooted and balanced? What is the best way to access this at any time or add more of it to your life?

– Does any part of you hurt? Apologize for it.

– If you journal before going to bed, how can you improve today (or tomorrow)?

– How do you now feel about your appearance? Would you like anything to change?

– What steps could you take to better look after your mental health?

– What adjustments may you make to enhance your physical well-being?

– How much sleep do you get? If not, why do you believe that is the case?

– Do you lack vigor? If so, what is the root of this?

– How much exercise do you get?

– Are you at ease gazing into a mirror? If not, list the reasons why that is the case.

– How do you feel about people looking at your physique, like at the beach?

– Do you fear getting sick?

– Do you have a fear of dying?

– Does stress have an impact on your body? How can you deal with this?

– What body part do you like the best?

– Do you have a positive connection with food? Mention any five feelings you have about eating.

– Do you follow a healthy diet? What modifications might you make?

– Do you consume alcohol, and if so, how much? Is there a method for you to reduce your consumption?

– How can drinking alter your personality?

– Do you believe that your employer has an impact on your health? And why is it the case?

– Do you tend to overthink things? Does this make you anxious and stressed out?

– Which aspect of your self-care do you need to focus on more?

– Do you successfully balance your job and personal life?

– Do you have time to yourself?

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– Do you need to cut back or give up anything? Cigarettes/alcohol/caffeine? How can you go about doing this?

– Jot down five things that make you chuckle.

– List the top 5 things that made you proud of yourself.

– Describe three healthy behaviors you have been practicing for a while.

– Mention any three destructive behaviors you’re attempting to break. What prevents you from changing them?

– When do you think is the greatest time of day? And why?

– How much does it matter to you what people think of your appearance?

– Do you accept who you are right now? If not, why not?

– 30. Your own rating of yourself today, on a scale of 1 to 10.

– How do you intend to spend the Thanksgiving holiday?

– Consider writing about what it would be like to ride the Mayflower.

– If this had been the first Thanksgiving, what would you have brought to share?

– Describe in writing your Thanksgiving Day customs.

– Who and why are you most appreciative of?

– Whom and why would you like to invite to Thanksgiving dinner, if you could?

– Do you prefer the summer or the winter? Why?

– How important is Veteran’s Day to you?

– What do you think about shopping on Black Friday?

– What holiday-related activities are you looking forward to?

– Discuss in your essay a good book you recently read.

– Describe an instance when someone was kind to you recently and what they did.

– Name a person you admire, and explain why.

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– What is your favorite meal to eat during Thanksgiving and why?

– Send a thank-you note to a person who means a lot to you.

– What do you believe being thankful means?

– What is one thing you want to never experience again?

– Create a piece of writing based on a November-related memory.

– What kind of life would you lead if you could live forever?

– What do you feel most anxious about breaking?

– Express yourself in writing about the space you’re in right now.

– Which of the following do you believe to be fragile?

– What is your greatest talent?

– What was the silliest thing that occurred in the previous week?

– What is your preferred activity to undertake with your parents?

– What is a piece of advice you hold dear?

– Tell us about the last lie you uttered.

– What is the worst sound you can imagine?

– What opportunity do you feel fortunate to have had?

– How do you pay respect to people who have passed away?

– Which group do you prefer: the Pilgrims or the Native Americans? Why?

– What would be your life’s mission statement if you could summarise it in one sentence?

– How do you define forgiveness?

– How do you unwind at the end of a hard day?

– My family and friends are a blessing to me because…

– Give the details of your best moment spent with your family or a close friend.

– Would you prefer to read a book or listen to one? Why?

– Which is superior, McDonald’s or Chick-Fil-A? Why?

– List three things about yourself that not many people know.

– What is your preferred sweet treat, and why?

– What’s anything you’d rather keep private?

– Specify one item that consistently brings you great joy in your writing.

– Which issue most worries you?

– Which five things, and why would you choose if you could live with just five?

– What are some ways you might let others know you value them?

– Who would you prefer to live with for a year if you were to share a room? Why?

– List 20 present items for which you are thankful.

– What are some ways to express your love for your parents?

– Which Saturday activity is your personal favorite?

November Daily Writing Prompts

  1. Write about your favorite memory from a past Thanksgiving.
  2. Imagine writing a letter to yourself 10 years in the future.
  3. Create a short story that starts with “Leaves were falling, and they had secrets.”
  4. Describe a place you really want to visit and why.
  5. If you could have a superpower, what would it be and how would you use it?
  6. List five things you’re thankful for today.
  7. Write a poem about the colors and feelings of fall.
  8. Talk about why kindness is important in the world.
  9. Write a story about someone finding an old mysterious key.
  10. Think about a mistake you made and what you learned from it.
  11. Create a character who has an interesting hobby or obsession.


November journal prompts are like daily ideas that help you write. They make you think about your past, create stories, and learn new things. These prompts cover many different topics. They help you get better at writing, say thank you, and remember what November is like. Using them can be a fun way to express yourself and understand yourself better.

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