Last Updated on January 20, 2023
Spring is probably the most refreshing, exciting, and awakening season. How good does it feel to finally have some warm sunshine on your skin?! To bask in the good vibes of the spring season, I thought these spring journal prompts for adults would be perfect to share!
These are great to use any time during the spring, so feel free to use them as March journal prompts, April journal prompts, May journal prompts, and heck…even the first part of June is technically spring, so June journal prompts work too!
Let’s take some time for reflection and seasonal goals with these spring writing prompts!
What can I write about spring?
Spring is often thought of as a “rebirth” or a time for hope and renewal. Spring is a time to reset your mindset and goals to start with a clean slate for the new season.
Keeping that theme in mind, you can write about topics like these this spring:
- What do you want out of spring?
- How will spring be different for you than winter?
- Are you keeping track of any goals? Need to revisit those new years goals you made a few months back?
- Are you making sure to “refresh” your self care habits?
We’ll explore these ideas and more in these spring journal prompts for adults!
45 Spring Journal Prompts for Adults
Ready to spring into the spring season?! These spring journal prompts for adults will help you get creative writing about spring. This season is a great opportunity for fresh starts and feeling awakened, so use these spring writing prompts to your advantage!
Spring Journal Prompts for Reflection
- What do you look forward to about spring?
- How is your mental health in the spring compared to the winter?
- Do you feel more or less motivated in the spring? Why do you think this happens?
- Where are you at with the new years goals you set at the beginning of the year?
- What do you think about spring cleaning? Do you participate?
- If there is only one thing you could accomplish this season, what would it be?
- What are your favorite outdoor spring activities?
- What are your favorite indoor spring activities?
- What kind of spring self care will you prioritize this season?
- What is one bad habit you picked up during the winter that you want to reduce?
- What is one good habit you want to start up?
- What will you miss about winter?
- Where is your favorite place to go in the spring?
- With the longer brighter days ahead, what will you do with the extra hours of sunlight?
- What does your spring morning routine look like?
Creative Writing About Spring
- Describe the first 10 things that come to mind when you think about spring.
- What are some of your favorite springtime flowers?
- What are your thoughts on the rain that spring brings?
- Reflect on some of your favorite childhood spring memories.
- If you could cultivate the garden of your dreams, what would be in it?
- If you could pick any destination for the ultimate spring break, which would you choose and why?
- Describe your favorite spring break vacation you’ve ever taken.
- What is the first thing you do when you feel this season finally hitting?
- Which of your 5 senses is the most enjoyable in the springtime?
- Describe the emotions that rainy vs. sunny days evoke for you.
- When spending time outside, what is your favorite thing you love to see outdoors? Flowers, trees blooming, birds?
- Describe what would make the perfect spring day for you.
- Do you get excited about the warm weather? What makes it so awesome for you?
- Which part of the world would you prefer to be in when spring time hits?
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Spring Writing Prompts
- Have you made any spring plans yet? What are you thinking of doing?
- What is the biggest challenge you overcame from last spring to this spring?
- What is one positive affirmation you really want to hold onto this season?
- What has been bringing you joy lately?
- What have you been avoiding or putting off lately? Why?
- Do you think you’ve been making enough time for yourself lately? If not, why?
- What’s a good memory you’ve shared with friends in the springtime?
- What’s a good memory you’ve shared with family in the springtime?
- What food or drinks do you look forward to in the spring?
- What are some of your intentions this spring?
- Do you celebrate Easter? If so, what is your favorite Easter holiday?
- What is your least favorite thing about spring?
- Do you have any personal and/or professional goals you especially want to focus on?
- What difficulties are you working on right now?
- Describe 3 ways life is different this year compared to last year.
- What movement do you want to include in your daily routine this season?