Creativity Journaling Prompt


 No matter the medium, every creative's goal is to have a process and identity that is all their own. A good process helps you become more efficient, tell better stories, and develop a signature style. But there isn't a fast track to forming this process. It comes from simply exploring and making over and over again. However, what can aid you in the process is thinking about how you make.

Led by talented designer and illustrator Josh Noom, the 20-day Creativity Journaling Prompt will create space for a stronger creative process. Josh's questions will guide you through your specific history, preference, and style to uncover moments that capture your process and identity as an artist, helping you on your journey to articulate your creative identity to the world.

• 4x6 Standing Prompt Deck featuring 20 self-reflection journaling questions

• Letterpress cover printed on thick, high-quality cotton paper

• Printed & Bound in the U.S.

• Written by Josh Noom

create space for reflection

What is a journaling prompt?


Fight for your free time.

Even when our calendars are filled with good things, we can still feel worn down if there's no margin to breath, dream, and create space for what we love.

Our Guided Journaling Prompts help you fight for your free time and discover what you want to do with it. Even the good things we'd chosen were taking the spot of better things, things that gave us meaning and rest and energy to create the life we really wanted.

Journaling gives you

A flashlight, not a map

A map tells you exactly where to go and how to get there, but a flashlight simply illuminates your path, improving your ability to make smart decisions about where you want to go.

 We don't want you to learn more about a specific topic; we want you to learn more about yourself through whichever topic you choose.

journaling is

science-backed self care

Self care is a buzzword, but not every practice calling itself that is truly beneficial. Journaling is scientifically-proven to reduce anxiety, promotes better decision making, and increases positive feelings like gratitude.

Long-lasting self-care takes work–but that doesn't mean it's not worth it.