I write Everything in my bullet journal! Bc I struggle w my ADD, I forget everything.. so from plans, who I talked to, what I did, tracking goals, diary, appointments, notes/reminders, shopping list, crafts and keeps going. I even have a separate journal for my diabetic helper dog- track his food meds, numbers, recipes.
I write about my day. It might sound silly, but I write about how I woke up, what feelings I'm sitting with. How I feel, what I need to put down so I can continue with my day. Now I write multiple times a day, if a thought comes and it needs to be processed it goes down to paper. Lists about things not to forget, or places I want to visit. The journal is all yours, once you get over the fact that no one is going to read it, or care to read it, you can just write. Let it all out!
- Are your journal entries typically only a few sentences or are they long? Do you think the length of entry matters?
- How do you manage to memorize important things in journal?
- What questions do you answer in your journal?
- Do you approach journal writing with a structure or prompt?
- What do you write to close out your thoughts? For example: As always, your mental health is always priority!
- Are you honest and deeply open in your diary or prefer play safe in case someone else will read your notes 📝?
- How many pages do you write? Do you have a minimum?
- Any tips you can share about journaling that has made it a success for you?
- Is there a particular structure to your journalling or is it free form
- Does it feel rewarding to journal or does it feel like a chore? or both? or neither? ~Kaiya