50 Journal Prompts for Spring

50 Journal Prompts for Spring

Spring is widely regarded as the season of rebirth and new beginnings.

At this time of year there is usually a certain positivity in the air; the lighter mornings, warmer temperatures and longer days give us the motivation and determination to get up and achieve our goals, which is why it is often regarded as one of the best times of year to start journaling.

Whether you are reassessing or realigning with your goals and visions from the beginning of the year, or setting new ones, spring is an ideal time to get journaling.

Spring Journal Prompts

When it comes to journaling, you don’t necessarily need to have a prompt (you can write completely freely if you wish), but it always helps to get those creative juices flowing, and is especially helpful when using a blank notebook, like a bullet journal.

We've broken down our prompts into a range of categories, from home life and health, to nature and relationships. Use these as you wish; you might decide to focus on a couple of questions per journaling session or one category per day.

The beauty of journaling is that no two entries are the same.

So grab your journal and pen, light your favourite wax melt and lets begin!


Whilst winter is still fresh in your mind, think back at your goals and achievements. Was there anything that worked well? Was there anything you could improve for next year?

☁️ What could you do 'better' next winter?

☁️ What is one habit you could leave behind in winter?

☁️ What new habits did you acquire in winter that have brought joy and meaning to your life?

☁️ List any accomplishments - big or small - that you achieved in winter.

☁️ What areas of your life need refreshing?

☁️ Have you made any progress with your New Year Resolutions?

☁️ How are you feeling about the year so far?



Let's think about spring as a season. What are the things you love about spring? What things would you like to do and achieve in spring this year?

🌼 What does spring symbolise for you?

🌼 Why do you think spring is such a positive season?

🌼 What scents does spring evoke?

🌼 List 5-10 things that you think of when you think of spring. Draw them.

🌼 Describe a perfect spring day spent with loved ones.

🌼 Why is spring important for the world?

🌼 If you could spend spring anywhere in the world, where would it be?

🌼 What is your favourite way to spend a rainy day?



Health encompasses a plethora of things, including both mental and physical health. What could you do this spring to help you become healthier?

❤️ Will your morning routine change this season?

❤️ What new habits would you like to acquire this season?

❤️ How could you improve your diet this spring?

❤️ Make a list of in-season fruit and vegetables that you could use in your cooking.

❤️ How could you allow the warmer weather to help improve your workout routine?

❤️ What makes you happiest?

❤️ What could you do this season to take better care of yourself?



The beauty of spring is that the weather is beginning to change; as the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, start to think about how you could spend your time outdoors this season.

🌳 Go outside or to a local park and take your journal. Make a list of all the beautiful things you see.

🌳 How could you connect more with nature this spring? List some activities you could do outside.

🌳 Make a list of places you are yet to explore in your local area.

🌳 When you go outside, what is one thing you love seeing?

🌳 Think about your garden and what you’d want in it.

🌳 Make a list of the things you love to see in nature in spring time.

🌳 Do you prefer sunshine or rain? Why?



With an increasing amount of people working from home since the pandemic, a significant amount of us spend more time at home than ever before! Think about how you can bring spring into your home this season.

🏡 List 5 ways you could declutter your home.

🏡 Which area of your home do you want to focus on improving this season?

🏡 How could you bring spring into your home?

🏡  Are you going to do any spring cleaning? How will you tackle it this year?

🏡 How would you spend a rainy day at home with your family?



Juggling work, family-life and relationships can feel overwhelming at times! Have a think about what is important to you about the relationships you currently have. How can you make time for those relationships to blossom?

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 Name 3 people you would like to spend time with this spring. Write down an activity for each.

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 Write a poem about your family or friends.

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 What are you looking forward to doing with your loved ones this spring?

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 What do you value most in relationships?

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 List all the people you are grateful to have in your life.

🫱🏻‍🫲🏾 How can you show the most important people in your life more love this season?



Taking care of yourself is so important; finding things you can do to make time for you is a must each season.

🛁 Which self-care practice do you want to place more importance on this season?

🛁 How will you make time for yourself on a daily basis?

🛁 What does the best version of you look like?

🛁 How do you adapt your self-care as the weather warms up?

🛁 What usually helps you to de-stress and unwind?

🛁 What can you do to help yourself recharge?

Looking ahead

These journal prompts should keep you busy over springtime, but summer will arrive before you know it! Here are a couple of bonus prompts to think about before summer is here.

🌞 What do you want to get done before summer hits?

🌞 Make a list of some of the best summer activities in your area.

🌞 Have you got any summer holidays booked? If not, would you like to?

🌞 How do you know when summer has arrived?


Thank you so much for reading!

Happy journaling,

Laura x

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Thank you very much for this Laura. It has given me inspiration and lots of great ideas on how I can improve my wellbeing.


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