Sometimes, the best thing to do for Ramadan is to simplify life and take a step back from distractions to spend the maximum time in worship and good deeds. Interestingly, this year Neelu has changed her approach and rather than blog prompts has set some goals to suit the spirit of Ramadan (you can see the entries from the last two years from different participants here).
If you still like the idea of daily journal, Sister Shafe of On An Ordinary Day has a daily writing prompt here that has lots of inspiration.
There is also a family Ramadan journal at Jannah Steps here, Sister Zuafishan has a children's Ramadan Journal as does A Muslim Homeschool.
image source (by Neelu at Pretty Paper Studio)