These hygge bullet journal prompts are here to help you get cozy and energize your spirits. Use these prompts for personal growth and development in your hygge morning routine.
After I worked through Napoleon Hill’s Book, “Law of Success” I found that his chapter that included self-analysis questions to be very helpful for my self-awareness, inner coziness, and happiness. These are a few of my favorite questions with a More Lifestyle Living Twist.
50 Hygge Bullet Journal Prompts
50 Personal Development Questions that will make you think
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What is something that I learned today?
What are your core values?
What are you most afraid of?
Are you avoiding anyone? Why?
What do you wish you did more of?
Do you learn from your mistakes?
Are you gaining or losing self-confidence?
What are you doing to prevent yourself from analysis paralysis?
Do you envy people who are more successful?
What is something that you desire the most? How do you intend to get it? What time and resources do you have to work on it?
Are you concerned by what other people might think or say about you?
What skills and abilities are you most wanting to use?
What is your passion in life?
Do you make friends based on social status or wealth?
Whom do you believe is the greatest person to ever have lived? How is that person superior to you?
When you are offered unsolicited advice, do you accept it without question, or do you take into consideration their motive for giving it?
Do you make decisions well?
What inspires you?
What are you thankful for?
If you believe that like-attracts-like, what do you know about your friends?
Do you see any connection between your friends and some unhappiness in your life?
What criteria to you use to guard yourself and determine who is helpful to you and who is harmful to you?
How much time do you spend on social media and comparing yourself with others?
Do you practice “self-love” or “self-loathing”?
What are the best things you have going on for you?
Where would you want to take a fun road trip?
What makes you special, talented, and unique?
What does praise and admiration sound like to you?
If you woke up tomorrow with one less habit, what do you wish it would be?
Why does pizza come in a square box?
What superpower do you most want to have? How would you use it?
What spiritual forces do you use to keep you free from fear?
Does your job inspire you?
Do you think independently, or do you let yourself be influenced by others’ opinions?
How does it feel to be photographed?
What legacy or impact do you want to have on others?
Do you stand up for what you believe, or are you pleasing others?
When is the right time to start a new goal?
What excites you in life? Do you enjoy enough of it?
If you could learn a new skill today, what would it be?
How do you treat yourself?
What (or whom) drains your energy, why do you let it happen?
Who are the people who most impacted your life in a positive way?
If you could erase or change a memory in your mind, which one would you choose?
When did you last judge someone you didn’t know?
What is your greatest achievement to date?
Who do you blame?
When did you laugh so much, it hurt?
What promises are you willing to keep?
Are you open to loving yourself?
If you work through these questions, or use these quotes, let me know what you think! Was there one that really impacted you or helped your personal growth journey?