I have ADHD and until recently, lived my life one day at a time with no forward planning. Then, I was diagnosed about a year ago (I’m 34). Since then, journaling (Bullet Journalling, specifically) helps me get to grips with the things I keep anxiously putting off. It’s about clarity, because knowing is half the battle.
- What kind of books or papers do you write on? A book implies that you would want to keep your daily journaling for a reason. What reason would that be?
- How do you write your journals? And how often you write?
- Is it weird to reread old journals?
- Does journaling make you a better writer?
- How do you start a journal and keep it?
I think the greatest benefit of journaling is you come close to yourself knowing yourself much better.To know how you feel in different situations what is the real you which you never came across.The time when you overreact times when you’re low what’s you exactly
It gives you a chance to unscramble the things going on in your mind, it gives you a chance to focus, reassess, and revisit. I love the feeling after I’ve finished with a journal entry. I feel refreshed, clear headed and ready to start the day.
I like the self reflection aspect. I use Tumblr because it's easier to journal with a keyboard imo. Ot's also nice to remember the full day, and be able to refresh you mind on what your day/week has been like
- 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?