I journal in a physical book because I typically journal in the evening after plugging in and switching off all my electronic devices. It’s nice to be able to wind down and write slower and also really nice to flip through at a later date.
Nothing beats a physical book. Nothing. Using a physical book ups the thoughtfulness, ups the connection to this world, it ups everything. That being said, I occasionally email myself journal entries if I forget my journal before I leave or something like that.
I prefer an online document for the benefits it has on my carpal tunnel and the potential to move this document between many other programs and devices
- do you think it’s necessary to journal regularly?
- Do you write more about the day to day or your thoughts and contemplations?
- How has journaling helped you? Do you miss it when you dont do it?
- Have you noticed any changes or effects of being somewhat consistent with journaling brought about?
- How often do you journal?
- When you write do you focus on emotions, relations, or/and goals?
- What time of day feels more comfortable to write?
- What do you write and how long do you write for on average?
- How to find inspiration to write positive things when you had a tough day?
- What do you write in your journal and do you write everyday?