Coronavirus journaling Prompts

Week of April 27th + Timecapsule

2020

Susie Boyce, Utah

Monday, April 27th

we are living during a once-in-a-hundred-years pandemic that has the world in its grip and is sure to be studied for generations to come. Why not help future generations (your kids and grandkids especially) understand what it was like by making a CORONAVIRUS TIME CAPSULE?

This post shows TONS OF IDEAS for making a Time Capsule PLUS new journal prompts for this week.

WRITE – DRAW – CHART – RECORD – CREATE

INSTRUCTIONS/IDEAS/INSPIRATION
Journaling is a personal, creative pursuit that can be done in a variety of ways by everyone: Adult, Teens, Children. The idea is to find meaning, enjoyment and relaxation in the process.

Examples of responses are provided with each prompt to help give ideas of what forms of expression can be used.
Suggestions for device based responses:
  • Document programs such as Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Pages, Video Recording Apps
  • Journaling Apps such as Day One, Momento, Mood Notes, Journey
Suggestions for paper based responses:
  • Hand copy the prompts into a composition notebook to respond directly or
  • Download and print template provided below to paste into notebook (7x9.5) or
  • Print full size template to put in 3-ring binder (8.5x11)

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Journaling Prompt Day Nineteen:

Monday, April 27th, 2020

Easing Restrictions

Bill Gates says US should focus on reopening high value segments of the economy.

In your opinion, what 5 types of businesses should open first?

Research. Compare your list with opinions of experts.

Who’s right? Wrong? Why?

Did your list change after learning more?

 

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Journaling Prompt Day Twenty:

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

All the Good

The pandemic is bringing out the very best in people!

Search the term ‘coronavirus good news’.

Write a list of your favorite, most inspiring stories.

Plan your own ‘good news’ activity to help someone – or a group – struggling because of CV-19.

Share your story with family, friends, social media.

 

 

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Journaling Prompt Day Twenty-one:

Wednesday, April 29th, 2020

Resilience

One’s ability to overcome a blow or series of
blows, accept what happened, and find strength
to address later challenges.”

What blows have
you experienced?

Have you accepted them? How?

What strength(s) have you found?

 

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Journaling Prompt Day Twenty-two:

Thursday, April 30th, 2020

Letter to your future self

Write a letter to your future self (you decide when it should be read).

You can include experiences, thoughts,
feelings, fears, hopes and takeaways from living through the COVID-19 quarantine and pandemic.

 

Susie Boyce

Writer