I did this because I had been using diary apps and typing on computer and cell phone for too long that sometimes I don’t even remember how to write some of the words. So this is also a training for myself to re-collect writing in pen and paper.
I found this a better way to let the thoughts flow. Because when typing, I may misspelled by pressing the wrong key on the screen. The correction would take more time, and interrupt the flow of thoughts. Also I notice I am honest to myself when writing with a pen on paper. I tend to write what is correct instead of what is true when typing on the phone as it is usually for a message to others. And I tend to read back and edit, which is also a action to be correct instead of letting out the flow.
That’s my two cents for your reference.
- What is the best format for journaling and why?
- Does writing in your journal impact your daily life in any way? If so, how?
- How much time do you spend writing in your journal?
- How do you get motivation to write in your journal?
- Where do you think of topics
- What inspires you to keep journaling daily?
- How long do you wait before you read your journal?
- If you could journal only once a day, when would it be?
- Do you think an expensive journal or planner is worthy to purchase?
- How do you feel after writing down how your feeling