What is worth to write in the journal or what people used to write in a journal?

Cheyenne C.
So i looked up journal prompts for self growth because thats my goal at the moment. you can always think of your own questions but sometimes it helps getting started if the hard part is done for you.

Cata Z.
The most beautiful thing that people can write in the journal is the progress they make day after day in order to give them positive energy for the next stage of their goals.

Micah G.
I don’t know. I woke up grumpy and cramping. I don’t know if these journals are worth it I just feel dumb right now writing this. I don’t know what I’m supposed to talk about since my day just started I have nothing to reflect on. Hopefully this will get better as I keep trying.

Soren O.
You can write anything in journals like how was your day, what you did, what you ate, whom you spent day with, how you spent the day, how was you exercise and more. It will work as your memories that you can read after months and you’ll be amazed by how far you came.

Hinrich F.
Al escribir tus pensamientos podes proyectar mejor y al mismo tiempo, volver atrás a leer esos pensamientos puede ayudar a que veas todo tu progreso emocional.

Sofia Z.
Write down what it on your mind. Identify your negative thoughts and fill your mind / day with positivity.

By writing a journal it helps keep track of what I’m doing and how im doing and that allows me to review and adjust

Laurine S.
It takes time but when you start writing youre mind stops thinking aboat sth else and you learn focusing too
After some mlunth you can remeber everything cus you wrote them. It may help to peopel whom has Alzaimer

Adrian N.
Journaling is like talking to someone or to yourself but when you put it on paper, the words have a different value and the ideas make sense. If you are struggling to find something to write about the Fabulous app has some great suggestions or you can google or youtube, how to write a journal!

Sami N.
I think everything is worth to write in the journal. I use my journal to record everything: my mood, thoughts, food consumption etc. I feel like so long I could use it to better understand myself in the long run, it goes in the journal

Melissa Z.
A journal is at its core a written log of a person’s thoughts- about experiences, feelings, musings, ideas, dreams, challenges, hopes, desires… the list goes on. Writing can be a form of processing thoughts in a new way, which can even help you to see a new perspective, about new and familiar topics alike. Any thought you commit to paper becomes more real, more solid, in a way. Imagine what could come of these journal entries, retell stories of your life, or simply set a timer for 20minutes and automatically write anything that comes to mind (even if it doesn’t make sense) until the timer sounds. Journaling can be a fun and worthwhile process, a beautiful option for thinking and considering more deeply. Have fun with it!

Arlene T.
Your every feeling and emotion. things at the very moment from things at the very last people tend to right there inner voice thoughts conscience 🌸🥺🥲😌

Genesis C.
Journaling is different for everyone. Sometimes I find it best to simply recount the day and put on paper any thoughts I have about the events or how I'm feeling.

It can also be useful to make a list of the moments that made you happy throughout the day.

I personally have multiple journals with multiple purposes including prompt journals I use when I just don't know what to write.

Experiment and find what works for you!

L Rke C.
I write a few things for which I've been grateful during the day, a few sentences about what I did during the day, and address any overwhelming feelings so that I can put them more in perspective and realise they're just thoughts and I don't have to dwell on them – much like meditation.

Annmarie N.
Usually writing down ur feelings help.. most of the time there might not be people to help so this person may write their feelings in a book that is called a journal. You can also write what you did today and how you felt. Journal/ Diary, how ever you want to call it. The book is your book and you get to do what ever you want with it, it’s yours and only yours to write in. I love you, keep going bestie. xx

Sami N.
i think people use journals to write down there thoughts and feelings. i believe it’s definitely worth it to write in the journal

Aida C.
I write what I normally think or feel at the moment. It is a way to reflect. I don’t know what people used to write in the journal because I haven’t read any journal from other people. I just have access to mine. Thus, to what I write.

Grace N.
It really doesn’t matter where you write your journal. You can write in the fabulous app or have your own personal journal that you can write with. It’s all the same. The main focus is for you to develop a habit of gratitude. Always writing about how you feel so that as you look back you can begin to see changes in your life. 😀👍❤️….

Lukas Z.
I find that it is a good habit to be in in general but I also find it very useful for if I’m stressed or angry or any other emotion that I need to express. Personally, I write about my daily life because it helps to just unload my mind and I usually sleep better too after I write in my journal. I put all sorts of things in my journals like pressed flowers, post cards, movie tickets, you name it.

Thanh Y.
anything and everything how I feel what I experienced today my goals my success my struggles my challenges my motivation

Zwaila J.
I do what’s easier for me because If I’m using a book I will fall off. I use my phone mostly and I answer the questions on this app as far as the quote and emotional checks as fully as I can. This helps me get all those things in my mind out without having to keep up a journal and I can do it anywhere

Brennan A.
well,i don't know about everyone cause veryones different but it really helps to transfer my thouhts into something. i mean i am und of a person who'll just have anxiety or stomach ache f i keep something to myself so i write all of my emmbarrosing moments,secrets and how i feel in that journal.so, yeah it helps alot.

Georgino Y.
Things regarding nature like birds and bugs. I think it’s the cutest thing when someone writes “Today I saw a beautiful pigeon on a tree making nest with its partner” or “I noticed a group of ants trying to lift a quite large bug” or “one bee decided to sit on my knee,I think she might’ve thought the flowers on my dress were real” and small observations like that just give a journal a unique feeling, at least I think so 🙂

Dantela Z.
This is my personal opinion but… for a person like me, who has trouble finding words to express my feelings when I’m talking to someone, writing a journal is like spreading your wings. Because when you write your feelings and thoughts rather than talking about them, you feel like you’re not being judged by anyone and you can actually understand yourself better.

Phillip Z.
In my opinion the way to do it is to look at modules that others are doing and see if you would like them. So I do a little summary of my schedule today, three things I'm grateful for, And then I write about my progress on the projects and habits I'm working on as well as adding the next actionable step I need to do in said project. I also have one thing that I MUST get done today. Just try different modules for a week and see how you feel.

Sami N.
I find turning off one electronic device at a time really helps, and usually done at a pace that lets me wind down rather than shut everything off all at once.

Marc Z.
Every hour I try to write in my journal what I have done, including things as small as bathroom breaks. The point for me is to emphasize to my brain that time is passing. This motivates me to be productive, instead of see hours of [impulsive youtube] listed.

Karl Otto T.
Write anything that you want. Anything that pops into your mind. Half the time my journal is just endless ramblings. I write about my day, what went good and what went bad, what I need to do tomorrow, anything that frustrated me. I write about school and work. I write about my future and what I want. I write about books and my cat. Anything that I just need to get down on paper. It is so beneficial for me. I often write in my journal twice a day. Or I’ll even grab it when I’m just feeling a lot of emotions, and I just write about what I’m feeling. It’s truly great for everyone.

Alwine T.
In a journal, you should express your feelings, hopes, worries, dreams, and goals. A great part about writing in a journal is, no one will judge you. A journal is a personal thing and unless you want them to, nobody else will read it.

Erdonis S.
Yeah sometimes I’m just not into it and dont know what to say because i don’t want to be remembered for writing something which is temporary

Karen W.
I think journals are life long companions that we carry throughout our life. Journals are witnesses to our daily struggles, dreams, and ambitions. Throughout history, journals were used by great men and a the few lucky women who had been taught how to write, to write down their inner most thoughts, to write down their daily experiences, and even work out their darkest thoughts. My journal is a loyal companion, one who I don’t always take the time to visit, but awaits me with my own thoughts.

Clyde G.
You can write anything you like in a journal like how was your day or how do you feel about something that is how you will feel light inside you and if you hold that thing in, then you will feel heavy

Tilde N.
In journal there is not something always worth to write, it depend on who is writing, you can write all of what you did that day or just something that is bothering you.
A journal doesn’t judge you or your thoughts but while writing you cope and meditate in a healthy way.

Bree N.
So I just picked up journaling after not doing it for five or six months. When I am my most anxious are my most upset there is some thing about journaling that just helps me vent and it also helps me figure things out to a certain degree. Just seeing my thoughts on paper, seeing them become permanent innocence, in black-and-white, helps me figure things out.

Lydia P.
My journal contain daily activity, weekly and monthly goal, and my negative corner to put everything about my negative thoughts

Aeryn E.
I generally just write about my day and how I’m feeling. But you can journal about anything. You could even make up stories or draw something. Journaling really can be whatever you want. I think what most people get out of journaling is just a time to focus on themselves and to work through their thoughts.

Waradah Al N.
Worth writing in a journal, to know how I feel and especially my emotions. Or it could just be what I do or already done in my days it’s like a reflection on what I do or done . Tracking moods and all it’s all good in the end

Freddie J.
Your feelings for the day, reflect on how you could react with things better.. or simply venting out your worries, your needs and your insecurities… Sometimes.. people wrote journal because there's no one there to listen to them.. that's why I believed..

Loli B.
Just write down what you’re thinking, even if it’s ‘what’s a journal good for, anyway?’ Sometimes you have a lot to get out of your head and you won’t know it until you start writing.

Hallie W.
Anything you feel like writing. I can tell from my posts when they’re short that I didn’t have a great day. The ore that I write I’m a day generally reflects that I’m either talking through a problem or sharing good things. Both of those are positives for me. I try to evaluate the day. I need to get better at evaluating my mood and motivation. It’s more of a tracking system for my depression and anxiety than it is sharing my life. But some of that trickles in too. I try to evaluate how I’m feeling (down, good, negative, crabby) too.

Christina L.
I think people like writing in journals because they like to express their feeling in a book and not have anybody read it.

Jack Y.
Writing inside of a journal is a great excessive for you to write down all of your thoughts. After a long stressful day, if you feel as if you can't talk to someone, writing it down simply helps a ton just so you can get it out of your head to help you with your stress.

Ma L T.
Story of their life. Their past, their hopes, their dreams, their insecurities, their humiliation, their failure, their success, their achievements, their loved ones.

Aishwarya W.
We write journal because we study more and year's back we look this my old journal . I was write journal on past few months and . I didn't like it . I get a challenge in faboulabes . I get writing my journal every day
Thank you

Emil X.
Whatever is bothering you or stressing you out, you can write it All down. Also it is nice when you can read back some specific events thar you have written down, because it gives you nostalga.

Tee U.
I'm a total newbie in journalling. For me, I think that writing down all my stress, anger, sadness, worries in my journal helps to calm myself. I never thought journalling is such a powerful way to overcome my negativities.

Milo N.
It’s your thoughts and your feelings the ability to let it out without someone judging you. It’s writing a story to yourself about your day or how you feel it’s entirely up to you

Miguel N.
Everything is worth writing in a journal, anything you feel or do. Sometimes it’s good to write things down. It can even be peaceful!

Willie C.
Listen to your heart, believe in what your heart is telling you to put down. Remove the turmoil in your heart because that is where peace dwells… not in your mind.

Kelly O.
I love to write about everything I’m thinking and feeling, except about other people. I chose to not write about other people so my journal is always safe to be read by anyone. Besides, self reflection is much more helpful to me.

Troy F.
Anything that makes you happy that you don’t want to forget. Whether it be a life changing decision or just a small happy moment. They are all worth remembering.

Astrid W.
I don't really have the habit of journaling, but I do keep a few notebooks where I like to write down my favourite quotes, adding new ones as I find them in my readings. Whenever I feel down or bored or in need of some inspiration, I just flick through the pages and that's always very helpful to improve my mood. You can also add pictures, drawings and cute stickers or mementos… If you find a blank page to be too intimidating, I've read you can also choose to scribble your thoughts on other things, like the back of a receipt or a bus ticket, no need for fancy supplies. Then, if you end up not liking or relating to what you wrote anymore, you can just toss it away without feeling like you've lost much. There are so many options, really, you just need to find what suits you best. If you want to enhance your productivity or set your life on a certain path, bullet points sound great to record your progress. If you want to vent out, just go with a stream of consciousness. If your goal is to help your memory, carefully list your daily activities… And so on. Hope that was helpful! 😀

Sami N.
You should write about your feelings, how are you feeling this day, what do you want to accomplish, what are your goals for this week, how have you been feeling the past days and why, and everything you're grateful for today.

Katie E.
I don’t write a lot. I prefer to contemplate what the quote meant to me in the moment and immediately write that thought down. First impressions seem to be the best.

Ruperto S.
I think it's worth it to talk about your day and experiences and then how you felt during those experiences. It really lets you understand where your head is at.

Harun U.
Your journal is a reflection of who you are inside. Some people have really neat journals, with planners and color coding. Some peoples journals look like a sketch book. Some journals are just hastily scribbled thoughts. Whatever you're feeling, put it into that journal.

Danny O.
Anything. Sometimes I write up to 2-3 pages about my feelings that day, sometimes I just write 3 words “I’m tired”. I started one year ago and now I’m reading what I wrote last year and I can see part of my process in every part of my life.

Margot T.
People used to use them just as a way to process thoughts. That's how we use them now, really. Or that's the idea. It's a private place to vent your thoughts with zero judgement. However the thoughts come out.

Courtney P.
I am not sure what you are asking with this question. What is it worth to write in the journal? The way I read this question is are you asking what I get out of writing in the journal what it is worth to me? I struggled at first writing in the journal because I wasn't sure what to write about. But I use the prompts or the sayings that they have each day and I slowly began to enjoy writing in the journal and expressing my feelings and I like that I can look back to see how far I've come and how comfortable I've come with expressing my feelings and getting them out. It's healthy to be able to clear your mind and get your feelings and your thoughts either on paper written or on this app in the journal. So for me I like to do it every night before I go to bed that way I clear my head and I find it easier to fall asleep and I don't sit up all night thinking about my day or things that are bothering me because I've already gotten all of my feelings and my thoughts out in my journal. I hope this helps.

Ali S.
I think it’s not so important what you do but how you are feeling at the time. It’s a great way to track your mood and notice patterns of thought that could be improved/encouraged

Eve E.
Writing in a journal is healing because you can write any thoughts or feelings about that day and no one will judge you. Never judge a book, but it is what lies in the book/journal.

Laura C.
I use the calm journal by fearne cotton and it has prompted questions for each day which I find really useful, I buy a new one each year

Mutlu N.
I consider writing about my day; things that happened in that particular day and how I felt. I usually talk about the things that make me feel good 😌

H L Na S.
Well, I use journals on and off in my life but I do know I use journals when life does get too much for me or when I know something has to change in my life to get better. Sometimes I would write in the journal to let out my emotions, just like screaming into a pillow with all your might. Other times I use it to reflect my week, see what’s the common denominator for why it’s been a bad week. Then I go change, fix or remove that thing in my life.

Cata Z.
His feelings from day to day, his thoughts, his future ideas and his plans that are emerging little by little in the day to day, as well as some modifications or ideas that arise, but a thing the most important thing is to write how we feel

Zo U.
Of course it’s important for your gum health, but it’s much more than that… it’s a self-care habit. Something for you, that benefits solely you

Ajan N.
It’s worth the thought process , it’s worth the attempt of clarity in your mind . I feel it’s like gaining understanding within yourself … or at least trying to. You may not make sense while writing , but that’s too can be something positive. Now you can identify you yourself right now don’t make sense in your mind . So don’t make any decisions maybe .. writing is expressive if you lack avenues of doing so then it is worth it , and it can help

Debra W.
I write to think and plan my day. To put down my good and bad memories. When you do that and see it in writing, it can be liberating. Tryit one line will add to two and then more.

Nicole N.
I believe that everything that comes to your mind is something worth writing in your journal, in that way you can take all of those thoughts away and also transforming your thoughts into words helps you to know what you are actually dealing with. Love from México

Karla I.
Nothing is too ordinary to have potential to be meaningful. I’ve lately found beauty and peace in the mundane, and balancing it all out with fiery passions and unusual experiences makes life as a whole more rich and meaningful, all bitter and sweet at once.

Sree A.
Anything! Anything that’s important to you can be in your journal, or it can just be some small thing that happened that you want to remember.

Juliette N.
you can write what you want, what you just feel to write
You can write in order to release pressure/feelings and evacuate
You can also write to make memories of what made you happy

Basically, write what you want ! It’ll always be worth it

Megan T.
You can write whatever is on your mind! Your feelings, your future, what you’re grateful for, affirmations etc. if you’re religious you could even make it a prayer journal!

Samantha G.
I really enjoy writing in my journal because I can just let my thoughts flow free with a response to the quote. Sometimes the quote really resonates with me and sometimes it doesn’t. But it’s always nice to look back on the things I’ve thought and written to see my own growth and shifts in perspective along the way.

Terry U.
You can write anything in a journal. But what’s most important is writing what matters to you, whatever it is. Sometimes just emptying everything on your brain on paper can be good, while others prefer to write thoughts as they come up. Others do journal prompts when they can’t think of what to write about or need help with where to start. Anything is worth writing as long as its interesting to you.

Ashley Q.
I used to keep a journal where I just updated about my daily activities or about how I was feeling at the time, but with the journal prompts in this app, I really enjoy using them to put aside time in my day to reflect on myself and look inward a little more deeply. I think it is helpful to have the prompts because they allow me to look at things from a different angle or consider things that I might not have put much thought into previously (or honestly been willing to ignore, as that is easier sometimes) while still being able to interpret the prompt in a way that is meaningful/relevant to me.

Glen Z.
I find it helpful because my memory it atrocious and I tend to conveniently forget certain things that under no circumstances should I forget. It also helps if you know someone is trying to gaslight you because then you have a record of what happened that day. It has worth because it allows future generations to know what you were thinking during that time period.

Jason P.
Writing down how you feel, how your day has been, what can you do to improve your day, why are you feeling a certain type of way is what's worth writing in your journal. Anything is okay, it relieves stress and points out your flaws and what you need to do to fix them. For my journal entries, I used an app called Diary. Using an app isn't necessary though, a pen and a simple book can also work too.

Kyle T.
Seus sentimentos e a forma como eles afetaram o seu dia. As decepções, tristezas e alegrias, todas escritas em um pedaço de papel como uma forma de desabafar sobre como se sente.

Miguel F.
It helps a lot when you overwhelmed by your feelings. For me it was like a release of all my negative ideas, I know the problem I know the solution, and I was tired of always talking the same things despite all the support from friends and family there is stuff that you can’t talk about or that you already said and keeps fighting in your mind. And releasing in a journal helped a lot actually

Sofie F.
normally about their day, things they were grateful, happy, sad from that day. goals for the next day, goals for this day and whether they have achieved that or not!

Cata Z.
It helps most people relieve stress or when a person looks back at all they were writing it gives the motivation to keep going and to not give up. Personally, I write because it takes me to a happier place no matter which environment I'm in. It helps me during my anxiety attacks and when I feel depressed

Lincy E.
Things that motivate, that are a reminder – even if it’s your lowest point where you are picking yourself up from, your reason for beginning and wanting this change

Cassidy N.
I think it is worth it, I have been trying to create the habit for about 6 months and at the end of the day it has helped me wind down as I fall asleep. What I like about Fabulous is that it gives you a prompt with a quote and you just write about what it makes you think. I pair that with the nightly message just before falling asleep and it has become a great way for me reflect on the day I had and return to a mindful state as I fall asleep and set an intention for the next day.

Rachel N.
Using the journal on here is awesome if you just have some stuff to get off your chest or don’t really care to look back at it ton, (I’m not sure how easy it is to always access your previous entries,) but if you would prefer a more organized way – I use the notes app where I am always able to see my old entries. This has been awesome for me, as I appreciate seeing the progress in my mindset and overall wellness! There are also many apps you can get specific to journaling, or be old fashioned and write in an actual notebook/journal/diary!! 🤠
That is also very beneficial – almost more, for most people as it requires more action, concentration- and overall effort. This makes it easier for it to become routine & a habit if you stick to it! Good luck!! ☺️

Aeryn E.
A journal is your thoughts and feelings. Much like a journey a journal will change and develop from where you first started. There is nothing that is "wrong" to put in a journal. Write out your feelings, write out what you did for the day (this isn't an opportunity to write down what you had for meals, unless you are writing out a food journal.) Write out your dreams and your fears

Jorden Z.
Everything you think about is worthwhile. Either to show your progress, to understand your patterns, to appreciate yourself and the world, to look back and reflect or to grow. Everything you feel like writing is worthwhile! You matter, so does your thoughts and so is the time you take for yourself.

Thiago F.
Hello thank you for the question. Writing in a journal is worth a thousand feeling. It helps a lot in letting go, when you write you let go of part of your feelings whether it’s good or bad and that’s acknowledging where you are or how your felling in that moment and accepting the consequences whatever they are and that’s how people rise

Lauren R.
When I first started going to therapy to heal from trauma, depression, and anxiety, I had a really hard time actually remembering things that had happened since the previous session. I started writing a daily entry at the end of every day about what happened, what I felt etc, and used those pages during therapy. As I progressed in my sessions I started adding 3 things to celebrate or be grateful for at the end, just to end on a positive note. What my therapist and I found was that when I summarized events, I often only took them at face value; when examined a little further, I was able to identify instances where anger or fear was actually anxiety. The more references like that I had, the faster I was able to identify what was real, and what my anxiety was telling me was real, to the point that I actually was able to stop myself from going into a panic this week because I was able to recognize the hallmarks of my anxiety and pushed through that and did the hard thing. To make a long story slightly longer, journaling helped me essentially create a data set of reference points of what anxiety looks like, how anxiety voices itself (especially in the language I use to write/internal thoughts) and, like a GPS, re-route myself from going down that path. Happy journaling!

Pietro Z.
Expressing your feelings helps lighten your soul. You should express gratitude and the reasons why you’re great and happy.

Friedl E.
I write when I feel down. That is my way of saying all the things I want to say. It is supposed to be a safe space for you to completely let go. You can write about how mad you are or how happy. As long as it is true to yourself

Jimmie F.
I tend to keep 2 journals. One is where I write my thought, feelings, & what’s going on in my life. Especially if I have something troubling or frustrating me. It’s a way of getting it all out, & also a way for me to (sometimes) figure out possible solutions or weigh out the pros & cons of what I’m debating doing (whether it’s one thing or trying to decide between multiple things). The other journal I use to write down memories. I use 3 different colored pens in it, one for good memories, one for bad/sad memories, & one for memories that are both. I find it to be a cathartic way to process memories, as well as a way to honor them & to not forget them. I always leave some space at the end of each memory, that way if I think of something else that happened in that memory I can write it down too. 🙂

Ebba I.
Your dreams can be a helpful way to get in touch with your subconscious feelings. Your feelings and thoughts during the day can also help you recognize patterns in your mental health.

Brittainy S.
It’s a very good way to get feelings and emotions. It’s especially helpful when you feel alone or like you have no one to talk to.

Brandi X.
When I journal write, I typically brain dump first just to get whatever is on my mind off of it. Then after my mind is decluttered I go on a website that gives my self-compassion journal prompts since that is what I am currently working on that in therapy. I also think the journal prompts that Fabulous provides everyday is a good thing to ponder as well. Don’t be afraid to dig deep into your mind, when you truly understand yourself, the possibilities of what you can do are endless.

Carolyn C.
I’m just writing my feelings about the daily quote the Fabulous provides on top of the Home page. It’s normally some kind of an open question.

Curtis R.
I think what people find fascinating about writing a journal is that they can make their thoughts come real and also cuz it’s soothing writing about their emotions and it gives them a sense of relief

Greta Y.
I write 3 things I am grateful for during the day and the highlight of that day, just to remind me that life is beautiful even in the simplest way we talk to our parents or on how we treat our dog. It's the little things.