Sometimes, I just write what happened during the day. But there are times when revelations on certain events big or small come to me and I write them down. There are also times when emotions are high and I just want to write about my thoughts and feelings so I wouldn't dump them on someone or something else.
Ala De C.
Both! Sometimes superficial topics end up leading you into deeper reflection than the complex stuff. Doesn’t matter the topic, just what you write.
Both. But recently rather superficial, just what is happening. I have a past of thoughtful writing but I stopped it. I started to write to get back on track and I don't want to force too deep thoughts right now, I just want to have the habit of writing.
- Which is the best and secure app for journaling?
- How can I get the most out of my journal?
- Do you use prompts or just write about what’s on your mind?
- If you try to journal daily what do you personally do if you miss a day of journaling?
- When writing in a journal, do you focus on finding gratitude in the day’s events or reflect on how the events made you feel?
- Do you ever read back what you have written in earlier days?
- What is the purpose of journaling if I cannot bring myself to reread them?
- What is the first thing you write? Feelings, your day, fears?
- How can I make my journal more interesting?
- How do you journal or what do you highlight?