She advises artists to sit at the journal and freewrite or use stream-of-consciousness to fill up three pages without worrying about neatness, spelling, grammar, or clarity. It’s just to release whatever is on our minds. Any subject is appropriate.
This allows me to process my worries and concerns and explore ideas and my own mind.
I also allow myself to use bullet points, to sketch, make lists, write poems, take notes, make mental maps, brainstorm, or just write one line or an incomplete entry.
For me, my journal is an open space for me to realize my own thinking, to help me process and organize my thoughts.
- Do you find yourself using the journal habit to keep track more of positive daily accomplishments or negative behaviors that you’d like to work on?
- What can you do to make it easier to write every day?
- Do you look back on previous journal entries you have made? If yes, so you look at any content in particular?
- Do you write in your journal daily?
- Do you today breaks from journaling, or is this a habit you do on vacation or other times you are out of your normal routine?
- How do you organize your daily journal
- Do you write in your journal as if you’re talking to someone else, or yourself?
- How’s do you motivate yourself to write in your journal?
- Are you writing in an aestethic, cool way or you just don’t care and write down thoughts and emotions?
- How Do u always write in Ur journal everything night?