Had I not appointed a fixed time for journaling, I would have to find a suitable time to write every single day and that can be exhausting. So at 8:30pm, journaling is top priority. Otherwise this habit would be interrupted or postponed and eventually given up very easily as it is nothing urgent.
So this is my 2 cents: set a time and keep it. Good luck!
- What do I need to know before starting a bullet journal?
- What do you do when there’s too much to say and you don’t know where to begin?
- How does journaling help you mentally and emotionally?
- What enticed you to begin journaling?
- When you write in your journal how long is your entry?
- What do you usually write in your journal entries if your daily life is very monotonous due to lockdown?
- Do you drink coffee or tea while journaling?
- How do you encourage yourself to write a full entry despite being really tired?
- What makes up a good planner?
- How do you approach journaling?