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60 Journal Prompts To Help You Find Your Passion

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Do you know what your passion is? Your purpose in life?

If not, don’t worry — you’re not alone. A lot of people find it challenging to identify their purpose in life. That’s why I’ve put together this list of 60 journal prompts to help you figure it out and find your passion!

By answering these questions, you’ll be one step closer to finding your true calling in life.

So get out your journal, and let’s get started!

How To Answer These Prompts

There’s no right or wrong way to answer these prompts. Just let your thoughts flow and be brutally honest with yourself.

Sugarcoating your answers will only hurt your chances of finding your passion.

Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of these journal prompts:

– Take your time.

Don’t rush your answers. This is a necessary process that will take some time and reflection.

– Be honest with yourself.

Again, there are no right or wrong answers here. So just be you.

– Keep going.

Some of these questions may be difficult to answer, but don’t get discouraged. Keep journaling, and you’ll find your answers eventually.

Now, let’s get started with the prompts!

Find Your Passion Journal Prompts

  1. What are my favorite things to do during my free time?
  2. What would I do if I could do anything without worrying about money or other responsibilities?
  3. What are ten things I’ve always wanted to learn more about?
  4. If I could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would it be and why?
  5. What makes me feel most alive and happy inside?
  6. What kind of people do I enjoy spending time with?
  7. What are my biggest fears, and how am I facing them?
  8. What are some things I’m really good at?
  9. What talents or skills come naturally to me?
  10. What kind of work would I do for free?
  11. Who are my top two role models, and why?
  12. What new thing am I learning about right now?
  13. If I could have any superpower, what would it be?
  14. What’s something I’ve always wanted to do but haven’t had the chance or courage to try?
  15. What’s my favorite quote or piece of wisdom?
  16. Who has the biggest influence on my life right now, and why?
  17. If I could change one thing about myself, what would it be and why?
  18. What is my personal definition of passion?
  19. Am I overcomplicating things in my life right now?
  20. What simple pleasures bring me joy?
  21. What do I do that makes me lose track of time?
  22. If I could only keep five possessions, what would they be and why?
  23. What am I most grateful for in my life right now?
  24. What are my favorite things to do now versus when I was a child?
  25. What do I daydream about doing?
  26. What am I procrastinating on starting because it seems too daunting or scary?
  27. What would I do if I only had one year left to live?
  28. What were some of my favorite childhood activities?
  29. What topics do I enjoy reading about?
  30. What do I enjoy chatting about with friends?
  31. What activities drain me of energy?
  32. What kind of work bores me or feels like a chore?
  33. List five things I’ve always wanted to do.
  34. What’s holding me back from doing those five things I just listed?
  35. What are five things on my bucket list?
  36. What are my plans for when I get older?
  37. Does my life now mesh with my ideal older life? If not, what do I need to do to change that?
  38. What’s my definition of success?
  39. Do I need to change my definition of success? Why or why not?
  40. Does success and passion go together for me? Why or why not?
  41. How often do I do a self-reflection session?
  42. What can I do to make self-reflection sessions more enjoyable for me?
  43. What are my top five values?
  44. Do my current actions reflect those values? If not, what do I need to adjust?
  45. How can I bring more of my values into my everyday life?
  46. What would my life look like if I lived by my values?
  47. Do I need to change any of my values? Why or why not?
  48. What is the main thing I want to accomplish in the next five years?
  49. What makes me feel most at peace?
  50. What is my favorite thing about myself?
  51. If I could tell my younger self one thing, what would it be and why?
  52. What do people usually compliment me on?
  53. Do those compliments reflect what I want to be known for? If not, what can I do to change that?
  54. How would I describe myself to a stranger in five words?
  55. What do I want people to say about me when I’m no longer here?
  56. How can I start living those words now?
  57. Who are the people in my life that reflect the person I want to be?
  58. What am I learning from them?
  59. What does happiness mean to me?

Your Journey Begins When You Say So

Answering these questions honestly will give you a better understanding of what makes you tick and what kind of things you should be pursuing in your life. If you’re having trouble getting started, try picking out a few that intrigue you and start writing. You might be surprised by what you come up with!

Suggested Article: Find Your Passion in 5 Simple Steps! 

Which ones will you be trying out first? Let us know in the comments below which of these journal prompts struck home for you?

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Questions You May Have

How do you identify your passions?

There are many ways to identify your passions in life. It’s different for everyone. One way is to think about what makes you feel most alive. What activities do you enjoy doing so much that time seems to fly by?

How can I find my passion and talent?

There’s no easy answer when it comes to finding your passion and talent. However, you can do a few things to explore your options and see what feels right for you. One way to start is by considering what you’re naturally drawn to. What do you enjoy learning about?

How can I find what I am good at?

One of the best ways to figure out what you’re good at is to explore your interests. Trying new things will help you learn more about yourself and what you like to do. The key is to be patient and keep exploring until you find something that feels right for you

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Jody is a creative writer, artist, graphic designer, and a digital nomad who also helps people live more fulfilling lives by finding creative solutions to their personal growth and development problems and lifestyle challenges.

10 thoughts on “60 Journal Prompts To Help You Find Your Passion”

  1. Patrice

    This is awesome! I definitely want to try journaling. I keep putting it off though. Lol. I screenshot all the prompts so I can do these! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Jody

      Thanks for reading and enjoy the prompts Patrice!

    1. Jody

      Thanks Tracy, please incorporate as many as you wish.

  2. Great article with great prompts! People need to know how valuable journaling is for your mental health and well-being! Thank you for the sharing!

    1. Jody

      Thanks Susan, journaling is incredible and I believe more people will find their way to it.

    1. Jody

      You’re very welcome, thanks for reading!

  3. Thanks for this great list. Journaling has always been a powerful way for me to understand my emotions.

    1. Jody

      You’re welcome Stephanie and thanks for sharing your experience with journaling.

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