{Friday Finds} Journal Prompts

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ff2_md1Friday Finds showcases the books you ‘found’ and added to your To Be Read (TBR) list… whether you found them online, or in a bookstore, or in the library — wherever! (They aren’t necessarily books you purchased.)

Please feel free to leave a comment with either the link to your own Friday Finds post, or share your answer in a comment here and/or at Should Be Reading. Thanks!


I would like to partially return to the days when Tyrneathem was a journal, but I feel like I don’t necessarily know what to write about some days. This had me searching Kindle offerings for great journal prompt books. The two below were my personal favorites.


This one interested me for two reasons… the sample showed a great selection of prompts and I liked that it also provided tips and tricks for making the most of journaling. This would be great for non-bloggers, too.

51P9yafxP0L._SL160_365 Journal Writing Ideas: A year of daily journal writing prompts, questions & actions to fill your journal with memories, self-reflection, creativity & direction by Rossi Fox

Follow the (undated) daily journal writing prompts & weekly actions in this book to fill your journal to the point of bursting. Filled with memories, self-reflection, ideas, inspiration, creativity, experiences, achievements, gratitude, short stories, photographs, goals and direction.

Unlock the potential of your journal and enjoy some you-time for less than a cup of coffee.


The bright artistic cover and high rating first attracted me to this book. Digging deeper showed a book that reminded me of childhood journaling. Seems ideal for the more artistic journaling types.

61E4+FMeqQL._SL160_Journal Bliss by Violette

Follow Your Bliss.  Whether you’re looking to express yourself creatively for the first time or have found yourself in a creative rut, you’ll soon be following your inspired voice with the help of Journal Bliss. With the guidance of author, Violette, you’ll learn to express your thoughts and feelings like never before in your own art journal. Not only will Violette inspire you with her own journal pages, she’ll teach you techniques for creating your own unique pages.



  1. Journal Bliss by Violette would be a good journal for my teen daughter. Journals are good for expressing creativity in those years, I agree.

    • Yes. We all need a chance to express ourselves and the teen years are a great age to develop journaling habits. It can be very therapeutic.


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