I just strart to write random words. They may be thing I just see, and then my mind start to wander around, I write down every word that comes to my mind. I don't bother with organizing then, and make any sense. I don't make sentences until they come themselves. And then it just start to happen and I know how to continue with meaningful sentences. Sometimes it happens really soon but sometimes it takes through 3-5 lines… But it's still better than nothing 🙂
As a writer. It is very hard for me to force my writing when I am blank. Yoga is very good, Yoga With Adrienne has a very good writers yoga which helps me clear my mind and find new inspirations. I usually take a break, maybe meditate. Going out to a place you really like also helps. I like going to my local book store, it is my favorite place. I get my work and my coffee and I take a deep breath, relax, and that usually works for me.
I get that a lot. I close my eyes and breathe. Focus on what I have done today, what I will do and what I have achieved.
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My daily journal target is to remember, what I have read yesterday. Otherwise, there is something to think about: a new programming function I want to remember, my current anxieties. This is just a list of topics.
- Do you use an app to journal?
- What should I journal about outside of just documenting my everyday life?
- Why do you journal?
- What to do when you get stuck, and words don’t flow on paper as smooth as they were in the head?
- 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?