June is here and we thought it would be worthwhile to have a reason to get out our fountain pens and notebook to journal our way through the new month ahead of us. We’re sharing 30 prompts to last the entire month of June and hope you’ll join us in inking up your pens and writing with us. Some prompts are playful and others more reflective, but hopefully all of them inspire you to think, process, and write. If you do, be sure to let us know across social media by using the hashtag #JournalWithGoulet.

June 1: Write about the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you.

June 2: Write about one positive memory from your childhood growing up.

June 3: Write about a challenge you had to overcome and what you learned from it.

June 4: Write about one goal you’ve had but have never actually written down.

June 5: Write about a day in your life that was a turning point for you.

June 6: Write about the most memorable trip you went on.

June 7: Write about what what your perfect day would look like.

June 8: Write about what you hope your life might look like in 5 years.

June 9: Write about your favorite song / poem and what the words mean to you.

June 10: Write about the best dessert you’ve ever tasted.

June 11: Write about the best teacher you’ve had and what you loved about them.

June 12: Write about your day… what you did and how you felt.

June 13: Write about 3 things you’re thankful for today.

June 14: Write about your dream breakfast.

June 15: Write about your favorite movie and what you love about it.

June 16: Write about what you would try if you knew you couldn’t fail.

June 17: Write about 5 people in history you wish you could meet and why.

June 18: Write about the most thoughtful gift you were ever given.

June 19: Write about 3 things that make you frustrated and action steps you could take related to them.

June 20: Write about something you hope to complete before the year is over.

June 21: Write about a dream you’ve had.

June 22: Write about your ideal weather day.

June 23: Write about the oldest memory you have as a kid.

June 24: Write about 3 things that are on your bucket list to complete someday.

June 25: Write about your favorite hobby and why you love it.

June 26: Write about a close friend you have and what that friendship means to you.

June 27: Write about an organization or cause you want to get involved with this year.

June 28: Write about a time you had to overcome a fear you had.

June 29: Write about the best meal you’ve ever had.

June 30: Write about what you would do if someone gave you $1 million dollars that you had to spend but couldn’t buy anything for yourself.

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company