Well, that happens to me sometimes too. But I think how I progressed and what I did for myself, and then start with my Fabulous routine.
Set a day that makes sense to you. A Monday, Sunday, or Friday, or even the day after I finish this big project or the day after I get home from this business trip. If that doesn't work just start back up the minute you notice you've fallen off the wagon. We all have different needs and some of us need to just push forward and forget the past.
- How do you journal effectively?
- 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?