Here are the Tin Teddy Daily Journal Prompts for the month of March 2021 . There is a printable PDF version available too.
Please feel free to interpret them as loosely as you like – or change, rearrange or ignore them too.
It is up to you how much or little you write each day – it may vary.
I have tried to keep the prompts positive and optimistic. Some will hopefully bring back happy memories, some give you insights into yourself, some help you shape your dreams and goals, some encourage mindfulness and peace and others will stretch your imagination.
I will be doing the challenge myself and will put up some of my entries on Instagram.
Use hashtag #tinteddyjournal to post your own daily journaling – but please don’t feel you need to share what you write with anyone! The journaling is for your own benefit, but if you want to share, then please do.
1 What do you collect? Or what did you collect in the past?
2 Make a prediction how technology might change over the next 20 years.
3 If you could be a character from a book, tv series or movie, who would you like to be, and why?
4 Watch a YouTube video on a subject that you don’t know much about. Write about what you learnt and how you now feel about the subject.
5 What happened a year ago? Ten years ago? One hundred years ago?
6 Imagine there are fairies who live in your house and come out when you go to bed. What do they get up to?
7 Write a little rhyming poem. Don’t worry if you don’t feel it’s very good, no one else needs to see.
8 Think about a scene in a movie or book that has stuck in your head. Describe it in as much detail as you can.
9 Draw a line. Think about a journey you regularly make and note the places of interest along the line in order.
10 The next five people whose names you see or hear are stuck in a room together… what happens.
11 What software or apps MUST you have on any phone, tablet or computer?
12 List the top 5 books, movies and/or albums you own. If you can remember when you got them, add that. You can do more or less of course, if you want
13 If you could change one thing about your life, what would it be, and why?
14 Write about the tv programmes you watched as a child. Or you could write about childhood books or radio shows.
15 Twelve year old you has acquired your life and possessions, what does he/she do…
16 Describe a dream that was particularly memorable to you. If you can’t recall one, write a bit about the sorts of dreams you have, and whether you can remember them well or not.
17 Write down some good advice for… yourself!
18 Try writing your name (or another short phrase) in different styles. Look up some handwriting fonts online if you need inspiration.
19 Contact a friend or family member who you haven’t spoken to in a while. Write about why you chose them, and how it went.
20 You are going to write a book on a non-fiction subject. You will of course be able to research it. What subject, or subjects might you choose?
21 Draw blobs of colour down the left side of your page. Then write the words for those colours, in different languages, next to them. Some languages will use similar words.
22 What is a saying or motto that you particularly like? Has it helped you?
23 Think about someone who upset you in the past, but now you understand more why they did what they did.
24 Draw a significant moment from your life as if it were a page in a comic.
25 Describe your perfect dinner. Starter, main meal and dessert. Who would you like to share it with?
26 Write about a time you surprised yourself. Perhaps you were braver or stronger than you thought you could be. Perhaps you did something amazing.
27 Find an interesting natural object such as a leaf, flower or fossil. Write about its life story until the point where you found it. Let your imagination run wild!
28 What are your plans for the weekend? Or your next day off?
29 Pick a song melody you like and write a new set of lyrics for it. Yours could be VERY different to the original.
30 What books are you reading? Or which TV series are you following?
31 What would you consider the biggest compliment anyone could give you?
Download the PDF Here
Download a printable version of the March daily quotes for easy reference.
The prompts will also be issued daily on the Tin_Teddy Twitter.
And here are links to the:
- November Daily Journal Prompts
- December Daily Journal Prompts
- January Daily Journal Prompts
- February Daily Journal Prompts