40+ Ramadan Journal Ideas (+ Free PDF)

Marking the spiritual journey of Ramadan can be enriching and insightful with the help of a dedicated journal. This blog post explores over 40 creative and engaging Ramadan journal ideas to inspire young people to document their experiences, reflections, and growth throughout the holy month.

40+ Ramadan Journal Ideas

To deepen your experience and reflection this Ramadan, delve into these 40+ thought-provoking journal prompts, designed to guide you on your personal journey.

Daily Reflections

Alongside your daily activities, carve out moments for personal reflection with these insightful prompts, fostering self-awareness and spiritual growth throughout the holy month.

  1. Describe your favourite part of your Suhoor (pre-dawn meal).
  2. What was the hardest part of fasting today? How did you overcome it?
  3. Write a short message of gratitude for something you’re thankful for.
  4. Name a good deed you did today and how it made you feel.
  5. Draw or describe a dream you had during the night.
  6. What is one thing you learned about Islam today?
  7. Write a short prayer in your own words.
  8. Share a funny or heartwarming experience you had with family or friends.
  9. Reflect on a challenge you encountered today and how you dealt with it.
  10. What are you most looking forward to for Eid ul-Fitr?

Creative Activities

Unleash your creativity and express your thoughts and emotions during Ramadan through these engaging activities.

  1. Design a dream Eid outfit and describe it in detail.
  2. Create a comic strip depicting a scene from a hadith (saying) or story about Ramadan.
  3. Write a poem or short story about the spirit of Ramadan.
  4. Design a poster encouraging others to perform good deeds during Ramadan.
  5. Research and write about the traditions of Ramadan in a different country.
  6. Compose a short song or rap about your Ramadan experiences.
  7. Design a prayer card with a personal dua (prayer) on it.
  8. Create a Ramadan word search or crossword puzzle for your friends.
  9. Draw a picture of your local mosque and write about its significance during Ramadan.
  10. Make a list of your favourite Islamic songs or nasheeds and explain why you like them.

Personal Growth

Embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal development this Ramadan. Dive into these thoughtful prompts, encouraging reflection on your values, aspirations, and ways to cultivate a stronger connection with your faith and yourself.

  1. Write down one goal you want to achieve during Ramadan and a plan to reach it.
  2. Reflect on a character trait you want to improve and how you will work on it.
  3. Write a letter to your future self reflecting on your Ramadan experiences.
  4. List three things you learned about yourself during this Ramadan.
  5. Choose a hadith or Quran verse that resonates with you and explain why.
  6. Write down three ways you can be a better friend or family member during Ramadan.
  7. Reflect on the importance of patience and how you can practice it during fasting.
  8. What does forgiveness mean to you? How can you be more forgiving this Ramadan?
  9. Write a message to someone you admire explaining what inspires you about them.
  10. What does Eid ul-Fitr represent to you? How will you celebrate it?

Bullet Journal Ideas

Get creative and enhance your Ramadan experience with this collection of unique bullet journal ideas. From habit trackers and daily reflections to artistic expressions and personal challenges, these prompts offer a fun and engaging way to personalize your Ramadan journey.

  1. Daily Fasting Tracker: Use a simple checkbox or colour a small section to track each day’s fast.
  2. Quran Recitation Tracker: Mark squares or use different colours to represent specific amounts of Quran recited each day (e.g., one juz’ – 1/30th of the Quran).
  3. Salah Tracker: Track your daily prayers with checkboxes or habit trackers.
  4. Good Deeds Tracker: Use a checklist or habit tracker to monitor your daily acts of charity or kindness.
  5. Sadaqah Tracker: Track your charitable donations throughout Ramadan.
  6. Dhikr (Remembrance of Allah): Track your daily practice of specific dhikr phrases.
  7. Healthy Eating Habits: Track your consumption of fruits, vegetables, and water during Suhoor and Iftar meals.
  8. Gratitude Practice: Write down something you’re grateful for each day.
  9. Favourite Duas: Write down your favourite supplications for daily use or specific situations.
  10. Ramadan Recipes: Collect recipes for delicious and healthy Suhoor and Iftar meals.
  11. Learned Lessons: Note down any lessons or realizations you have throughout Ramadan.
  12. Eid Shopping List: Plan your Eid shopping with a dedicated list.
  13. Ramadan Mood Tracker: Use different colours or symbols to represent your daily mood or energy level.
  14. Decorative Prayer Times: Write down daily prayer times with decorative calligraphy or embellishments.
  15. Vision Board for the Next Ramadan: Create a collage or illustration depicting your goals and aspirations for your future Ramadan experiences.

Bonus Ideas

Looking for even more ways to enrich your Ramadan experience? Delve into these bonus prompts, offering a diverse range of activities to spark new perspectives and enhance your personal connection with the holy month.

  1. Decorate a page with Islamic patterns or calligraphy.
  2. Create a Ramadan bucket list and tick them off as you complete them.
  3. Write a short daily review of the Taraweeh prayers (night prayers).

Looking for more ideas? Check out our daily Ramadan writing prompts which aim to spark your creativity, encourage reflection, and foster a deeper understanding of the significance and spirit of Ramadan.

Free Printable Ramadan Planner

To simplify your Ramadan journey and stay organised, download our free printable Ramadan planner! This complete resource offers dedicated sections for tracking prayers, meals, goals, and reflections, empowering you to make the most of this blessed month.

Free Printable Ramadan Journal PDF

Print any amount of pages of each layout and complete your Ramadan planner!

A Ramadan planner can be a powerful tool to enrich your experience of the holy month. It helps you stay organized with prayer times, meals, and activities, while also providing dedicated space for reflection, goal-setting, and recording your thoughts and experiences. This combination of planning and reflection allows you to deepen your connection with your faith, track your personal growth, and make the most of this special time.

Looking for more Ramadan journal ideas? Check out these Ramadan Journals which encourage you to write for each day of Ramadan (The links below are Amazon affiliate links):

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See these 15 must-read books about Ramadan for kids for more inspiration!

We hope these Ramadan journal ideas provide the spark you need to embark on a meaningful and enriching Ramadan experience. Do you have any other favourite journaling prompts or activities you find helpful? Share your tips and ideas in the comments below – we’d love to hear from you and continue the conversation about making the most of this blessed month.

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