10 Best Journal Prompts for Teenage Girls
Journaling is a great way to work through problems, whether you’re just trying to figure out what’s going on with yourself or get all emotional about something else.
Journaling as a teenager can be frustrating because you don’t always know what topics or things to write about. This is especially true if your mind has been taken up with extra-curricular activities like school, chores around the house (or bodies), and maybe even some volunteer work on top of all those pesky social commitments that seem impossible at times but help make life worth living!
The one thing every teen needs before they start their journal entry?
Time for themselves – time away from technology so pen strokes are heard instead of seen through screens; deep inhalations where only silence follows after each exhale
Do you find yourself struggling for ideas when it comes to journaling?
Are you looking for prompts that will help you explore your thoughts and feelings?
If so, then this post is for you.
I’ve compiled a list of journal prompts specifically designed for teenage girls.
Whether you’re dealing with school stress, family drama, or your own inner conflicts, these prompts can help you work through your issues and gain a better understanding of yourself.
So why not give them a try? You may be surprised by what you discover.
1. What are the three most important things in your life? Why do they matter to you?
2. What are your thoughts on love and relationships? Do you have any fears or concerns about them?
3. What makes you happy? What are some of the small things in life that bring a smile to your face?
4. What are your hopes and dreams for the future? What do you want to achieve in life?
5. Are you comfortable in your own skin? If not, why? What would it take for you to feel good about yourself?
6. Do you have any regrets in life? If so, what are they? What have you learned from your mistakes?
7. What do you think is the meaning of life? Do you believe there is a purpose to our existence, or are we just here by chance?
8. Who are the people in your life that matter the most to you? Why are they important to you?
9. What are your thoughts on success? What does it mean to you and what are your goals for achieving it?
10. Lastly, think about the person you want to be. Who do you want to be in 5 years, 10 years, 20 years? What kind of person do you want to be remembered as?
Write about the things that are keeping you up at night.
What is it, specifically?
Who else knows this problem best – a teacher or someone more experienced than yourself?”
What’s the craziest solution you’ve never tried before?