Anything! The first rule is that your journal is your space and you can do whatever you want with it. Here are some suggestions though. You can write down what happened that day, negative emotions you want to exhaust or positive emotions you want to record, alternatively you can find an online prompt to follow, or use one of the fabulous 'sit andthink' exercises,any of which are designed to be done with a journal. Even doodling is an aceptable form of journalism; I bulletjournal, so for me I have a mix of daily planner, to do list, journal and sketchbook all in one.
- What time do you journal, and why?
- Does anyone else felt like they self sabotage? And if you are working on it/worked on it, what helps you to only be good to yourself?
- How can I avoid procrastinating journaling?
- Do you reread your journal? Do you analyze it? If yes, in which way do you do it?
- Do you journal with a physical book or on an online document? Why?
When I journal, I just write what's on my mind at the moment. It doesn't have to be organized or written like a book. It doesn't need an intro or a story. As long as I'm putting my thoughts down, then things will start to flow onto the page. Don't try too hard or judge what's being written. Your words don't have to be "right" because it's really just about exploring your thoughts and feelings. It takes practice to write, but nobody else is watching and nobody else will have to ever read it, so just start.
- How do you journal effectively?
- Do you have a template for daily journaling?
- Do you follow any framework for journaling?
- Do you keep a routine that you’re not able to accomplish for the moment?
- If you do different types of journaling at a time, do you keep different journals for each or just one? Why?
- What are some specific journals you have used and found beneficial?
- What question do you often ask yourself before you begin journaling?
- What should I write in a daily journal?
- Do you draw in your journal as well?
- How do I remember to write in my journal?