You follow a set structure of questions. Eg. What are the three things I'm most grateful for today? What was the funniest thing that happened today? What can I learn from today? And a few more general lines in the beginning if you want to. I recommend keeping it short on the beginning in order for it to be an easy habit to adopt
Tadeu Da Rosa
I keep my journal right by my bed and I have a pen next to it that I never move. I make a point of opening it before bed every night, even if I only write a few words.
I basically write about today's thoughts and feelings. About about off today's personal triumphs and any challenges and nite I could have done things differently
Think of a deep topic, something that you can really get some perspective on in your life. Then plan out your entry. Just be honest with yourself and write meaningful things.
- How do I write in it? What do I say?
- 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?