If you’ve been on the internet for a while, you’ve probably heard about journaling for your mental health. Believe it or not, it’s one of those mental health trends that actually works!
Journaling has a ton of benefits, such as inspiring more creativity, improving memory, boosting self-confidence, and even strengthening critical thinking skills! However, it’s not everybody’s idea of a fun time to sit down and write about your feelings, and that’s understandable! It sounds complicated, a little tedious, and sometimes a little scary.
But we have a solution for the Disney lovers out there who are trying to journal to boost mental health! Why not infuse a new interest with an old one and create something entirely new? Here are five super easy, Disney-themed journaling prompts to get the gears turning.
1. Which is your favorite Disney Park and why?
There are Disney Parks all over the world, and it can be a fun challenge to narrow down your favorite. What’s your favorite attraction within the Park? How often do you get to visit? What are some of your favorite memories from this Park?
2. Write about the first Disney movie that comes to mind. What does it mean to you?
With so many fantastic Disney movies, it can be difficult to choose just one favorite film. So instead, take the stress away from choosing and write about the first one that comes to mind! Why did it come to mind? Do you enjoy this movie? Why or why not?
3. If you could visit any Disney universe (such as Star Wars, Marvel, etc.), which would it be and why?
Disney now owns many franchises, giving audiences access to many fantastical worlds. Which one do you want to visit? What would you do if you were able to experience it?
4. Do you prefer Pixar or Disney movies? Why?
Throughout the years, Disney and Pixar have released some heartwarming movies. Which studio does it better, in your opinion? What are some key differences contributing to your opinion?
5. Do you prefer Star Wars or Marvel movies? Why?
When it comes to action, Marvel and Star Wars have been giving viewers exciting adventures for decades. Which studio do you prefer and why?
These Disney-themed journaling prompts are fun ways to get into the writing mindset when it comes to journaling. Pair one of these fun, light-hearted questions with one or two more challenging, traditional journaling prompts to make the entire process easier.
The nature of each of these questions is similar to traditional journaling prompts in that they’re focused on your thoughts and feelings. By discussing something you love on the page, you may find something about yourself that you’d never realized before! As Pocahontas sings in “Colors of the Wind,”
You’ll learn things you never knew you never knew.