Not really. I note the topic and go for it. I write and underline the subject matter. If it has to do with a previous topic or is on a repeated topic I make a note of that
My template is more of a rough guide. One or two good things, one or two bad things, things to follow up or to check, and things to be looking forward to… Random thoughts are also appreciated.
As a template for my journaling I have a bullet journal method that works for me which is Quick and efficiënt. I also have a daily journal but I just write freely in it.
I keep it simple- a few lines in a “one line a day” five-year memory book and at least three things on my gratitude list.
I tend to write about how my day has been, what I've done, how I've felt. So I suppose, In a way, i do have a template.
- Do people tend to focus on certain things each day or just diary format with general thoughts etc?
- I always have trouble writing in journals without a structure. Any suggestions?
- How do you organize your journal while you are writing it? My pages are a jumbled mess looking like a rough draft, it can be hard to follow when looking back.
- What will make journal writing more fun???
- What to write about and how long
- How do you write in your journal? As a string of consciousness or as if you’re writing to a person?
- Do you worry about privacy with your journal, or change what you’d write based on the fear of someone reading it?
- What should we write about??
- What have you been writing about? Your daily life or your thoughts or something more abstract?
- Is writing the journal make any changes in your life?