28 Best February Journal Prompts for 2023

Discover these February journal prompts for self-discovery and to achieve your goals in 2023. If you are new to journal writing then these journal prompt ideas will prove to you a good start.

Happy February!

I hope you have done your previous month journals. If you haven’t read yet, you can get it from here. It is never late to start with.

Take a paper and pen, write down the answers to all those questions.

But the only condition is to be honest with yourself because you are not sharing this with anyone.

Are you ready?


So here are February journal prompts for you:


1. One goal I want to accomplish this month.

2. List 5 things I love about myself

3. Something I want to know more about.

4. How do I feel when I wake up in the morning?

5. What is the last thing I did outdoor?

6. What is your favorite quote right now?

7. How do you define success?

8. How are you practicing self-care this month?

9. Three things you have guilt for.

10. What do you love to do in your free time?


11. Your favorite song right now is.

12. What causes your anxiety?

13. What is the meaning of LOVE for you?

14. What is your way to celebrate Valentine’s Day?

15. What gift do you want to give to yourself?

16. I feel peaceful when…

17. What is unique in my personality?

18. What negative beliefs hold you back?

19. The book I am reading this month.

20. What is my health goal for this month?

21. Today I am grateful for it.

22. Things I want to learn now.

23. What made you smile today?

24. What is your current bad habit you want to change?

25. What is your affirmation for this month?

26. Name the things you are procrastinating for long.

27. What is your way to get rid of anxiety?

28. Do you spend time with yourself?


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