an update on my prompt cycles

You guys, I’m 3 weeks away from meeting my daughter for the first time :) This is the most significant event in my life thus far (there are others, but this one tops the cake!), and I’ve been in a bit of a flurry of productivity over here on my blog with keeping everything running whilst I’m away embarking on my new family adventure.

As you can see, I’ve wrapped up my “Improve your everyday handwriting” series, and today I’ve updated the Prompt Cycles for the rest of the year. There are a few reasons why I’m doing this. Actually, firstly, I’d like to thank everyone who filled out my little survey – that was some awesome feedback and will definitely keep that in mind when I write up my next 31 Core Prompts for 2017.

So, I’ve released all of the prompt cycles for the rest of year because, quite frankly, I’ve heard that kids can take up a lot of your time *wink*, so this was my contingency plan. Secondly, these prompt cycles are your private thoughts. There hasn’t been much traction with the hashtag on social media, and I get it – this is journal keeping, duh! ‘Sif anyone wants to publish their inner mind’s workings, right? You’re so naive, Dee! So you can work through these at your own pace, in your own time throughout the year. If you have any questions around them, I’ll still be checking my email – – so send away, otherwise, comment below. With no further ado, here are the links to the remaining prompt cycles and lists prompt cycles (remember there’s two versions of these):

The Daily Prompt Cycle is the original prompt cycle that I offered from November 2015 and are continuing on for 2016. These consist of different focus questions that help you reflect on and appreciate your day.

These are the Small calendar versions (two calendars to an A4 page)

The Daily Lists Prompt Cycle is a prompt cycle that appeals to the listing enthusiast in all of us. These are much shorter prompts that can be answered in 5 minutes or less (with the exception of one prompt!), but still capture some of the aspects of your day.

These are the Small calendar versions (two calendars to an A4 page)

Enjoy your cycling for the year, everyone :)


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6 thoughts on “an update on my prompt cycles

  1. It was lovely of you to do all this advance work for your readers in advance of all the (family) work :) ahead of you. May you enjoy your precious family time.

    1. No worries, Mary :) I hope you enjoy them, and thank you for the lovely words – I will definitely be enjoying all this family time!

  2. Dee. I wish you nothing but joy and peace as you embark on this new life journey. Thank you so much for thinking of your readers! I just bought a new diary especially for your prompts and so I am excited.

    1. How exciting, Cy! I love the anticipation and joy of starting a new diary or notebook :) I hope that you enjoy the prompts for the rest of the year!

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