Journal Prompt: What Is Happiness?

Happiness Is...Journal Prompt by Kendra Kantor | http://kendrakantor.com

Between my move and sickness, I’ve been doing lots of doodles of girls and portraits. They feel needed, I feel like I want to express things with a face along with the words on my page. The prompt I’m sharing today is something so simple that you might scoff at it but just try it.

The idea behind this, for me, is that sometimes I’m striving for this idea of being happy all the time without thinking what that even means for me, on a personal level. Happiness to you might be a rock concert but happiness for me is hanging at home with my family.

What is happiness?

Happiness Is...Journal Prompt by Kendra Kantor | http://kendrakantor.com

Happiness is…
laughter
pride
excitement
acceptance
feeling complete
peaceful
creative
certain
changing
evolving

Happiness Is...Journal Prompt by Kendra Kantor | http://kendrakantor.com

supplies used : reeves watercolor crayons , strathmore mixed media journal, pilot precise v7 (similar).

Grab your journal, try out the question and post a link to your finished spread in the comments!

heart kendra

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