20 Spring journal prompts to embrace the new season

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Spring is here and we are excited for this new season. Spring brings up themes of rebirth, renewal and renovation!

Spring themes for journalling


Focus on new beginnings and fresh starts


Reflect on your goals, passions, and values


Consider what changes you can make to create

Spring journal prompts about rebirth

  1. Reflect on a time when you felt most connected to nature during spring. What sensations, smells, or sights stand out to you, and how did they impact your mental well-being?
  2. Write about a specific moment when you practiced mindfulness outdoors. What did you notice that you may have otherwise overlooked, and how did it affect your mental clarity?
  3. Consider the symbolism of spring flowers. Choose one flower that resonates with you and reflect on its significance in terms of renewal and mental well-being.
  4. Explore the concept of balance in your life. How can you cultivate a sense of equilibrium between work, leisure, and self-care during the spring season?
  5. Consider the idea of spring cleaning as a metaphor for decluttering your mind. What mental “clutter” can you identify, and how can you begin to clear it out?

Spring journal prompts about renewal

  1. Describe a ritual or activity that helps you feel renewed in the springtime. How does engaging in this activity contribute to your overall sense of well-being?
  2. Write about a springtime meal that makes you feel nourished and rejuvenated. Consider how mindful eating can positively impact your mental health.
  3. Reflect on the changes happening around you during spring. How do these changes mirror your own internal shifts and growth?
  4. Write a gratitude list specifically focused on things you appreciate about the spring season. How does practicing gratitude contribute to your mental well-being?
  5. Write a love letter to spring, expressing your gratitude for the ways it inspires renewal and mindfulness in your life.
  6. Explore the concept of renewal through creativity. Choose a spring-inspired art form (such as painting, gardening, or poetry) and use it as a tool for self-expression and mental rejuvenation.
  7. Explore the concept of growth in nature during spring. How can you apply this idea of growth to your own personal development and mental health journey?

Spring journal prompts about renovation

  1. Write a letter to yourself, focusing on the positive changes you want to make this spring to support your mental health and mindfulness practices.
  2. Think about a habit or thought pattern you would like to let go of this spring. How can you release it and make space for new, more positive energy?
  3. Describe a springtime walk you recently took. Pay attention to the details of your surroundings and how they influenced your mood and mindset.
  4. Write about a springtime tradition or celebration that holds special meaning for you. How does participating in this tradition contribute to your sense of connection and belonging?
  5. Reflect on a recent experience of overcoming a challenge or obstacle. How did this experience strengthen your resilience and contribute to your mental well-being?

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