There is a gratitude journal, prayer journal to keep track of the journey and answers to prayer, challenge journal if you are fasting or taking on a project or trying to start or stop something…. So many.
Eleut Rio E.
You can have a dream journal, one for planning, for creative or random ideas, for writing stories or poetry, for writing about your life and the experiences you’ve had until now; helping you reflect one how you became the person you aren’t today and on your identity.
I keep all types of journals. Of course I have my typical journal that I write in to reflect on my day. However, I also keep a bullet journal which is essentially an artistic planner you make yourself. I additionally keep a travel journal and a journal where I write all my to do lists.
You could try morning entries. Just write in the morning with a cup of coffee, if you want. Write about what you dreamt the night before, what you need to get done that day, or things you want to do.
I’ve had to try different options for myself. I think it may be different for everyone. Right now I’m using one as a planner/journal where I write important things like a vet or MD appointment but also things that are important to me that day like reflections or things I’ve learned. I also have a prayer journal where I write down things I’m praying about and people or events I’m praying for. Lastly, I have one where I’m taking notes on books I read like Girl Wash Your Face. Happy Journaling ❤️
- How to make my journal eye-pleasant looking/organize?
- Some days I find my journals more of an obligation than opportunity. How can I change that?
- What should I mostly write in my journal?
- How do you write your journal?
- Do you write in your journal in bed or before?
- What format do you use when writing your journals?
- What is your plan when someone else discovers your journal?
- What do you normally write in your journals?
- What are your intentions behind what do you do for yourself to support your personal well-being?
- How many pages a day do you journal?