Are you looking for summer writing prompts that will add some more fun to your days?
You’ve come to the right place, then!
Now, in case you’re already familiar with this journaling prompts series, you know the themes follow last year’s monthly doodle challenges. That means July writing prompts are all about the most relaxed time of the year (yup, it wasn’t hard to tell since the title already said it – summer!) and all the different things that go with it.
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Without further ado, it’s time to see the list of July’s summer writing prompts!
- My first three associations when I hear the word summer. (bonus: doodle them!)
- What do I look forward to each summer?
- What I don’t like about summer?
- Think of ways how I can overcome that.
- Write about my best summer yet.
- My top 5 summer games I enjoy playing.
- Describe summer using all senses.
- My five favorite foods I enjoy the most during summer.
- Which one do I prefer more – swimming or snorkeling?
- My favorite summer quote.
- What do I love to do in summer and why?
- Name 3 summer crafts I want to try out this summer.
- What would my perfect summer look like?
- How can I make it happen?
- What are my three best (or favorite) ways to stay cool during summer?
- Write about my plans for this summer.
- My favorite summer cocktail – plus write its recipe.
- Make a top 10 summer playlist.
- Write about the best sandcastle I’ve ever made.
- Imagine I’ve found a sunken treasure – write all about it.
- My top 3 ice creams I could eat any time.
- List 10 fun activities I can do at the beach.
- If summer would last only one day, how would I spend it?
- Write down my summer reading list and start a book journal.
- What would I do if I’d be left on a deserted island for 7 days?
- Make a detailed plan for hosting the best summer party ever.
- Would I rather be a mermaid or a seagull and why?
- My 5 best ways to enjoy the summer in the city.
- What is my favorite summer holiday – write about it.
- Write about the most exciting thing that happened to me on the beach.
- Where would I like to spend the entire summer – explain why and what would I do there?
And with that, we approached the end of our July summer journaling prompts.
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Until the next time, stay cool and journal on!