Weekly journal questions for the first quarter

My new journal habit is to ask myself the same question each day for a week. In this way, I get to dig deeper than I otherwise would.

In this post, I share a free printable with 9 questions to ask in February and March and PDF letter paper to use for journaling or inserts in your planner.

For the first three weeks of the year I have asked these in my journal,

  • week one | how do I show up for abundance
  • week two | what would be fun to do
  • week three | what have I come here to do.

You can choose one of these for the last week of January if you want to try this journaling practice out. I write between one and a half and three pages each day.

I ask them in my morning journal. I have also written down the answers to the three questions from this blog post in my notebook. The ones from the blog post are also used in the printable I share in this post.

It provides a question for each week of February and March and a final review question of the quarter. The printable is related to working on a specific project but if you want to go more general leave out the project part.

If you don’t want to download or print out the PDF here are the questions

February

  • What do I love (about this project)
  • In what ways does it bring me joy
  • What is the next right step to take
  • How can I/it serve others

March

  • What is the underlying magic
  • Why am I the one to do it
  • What will help me (make this project a reality)
  • How do I clear the space

Quarterly review

  • What is the journey I have been on this quarter

If you want to use it for a project, fill out the worksheet and follow up by diving deeper each day in your journal or notebook.

If you only want to use them for journaling, use the worksheet for a quick brainstorm, which will become a before snapshot of where you were before you went for a week with the question in your journal.

(the printable is from the Book Your Year Planner – 90 days at a time)

Cherish the enclosed atmosphere of a slower pace, dive deep into your journal and explore the questions one week at a time until everything opens up again.

Is there a specific journal question you can recommend? Perhaps we can inspire each other in the comments below.

You probably already have a journal but if not or you just want to try out one of the questions I have made this three page PDF to write down your answer. It can also be used as an insert in a journal or planner.

I hope this inspires you to write more.

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