Making Journaling Part of Your Daily Routine

Dear Daughters,

Journaling can be a helpful way to reflect on your day, process and organize your thoughts, and connect with yourself and others. Many different types of journals are available, so find one that works for you and makes writing easy. Start with a few basic tips for Making Journaling Part of Your Daily Routine, then experiment with different types of entries and techniques to find what works best for you.

If you’re looking for a way to improve your mental health, one effective way to do so is to incorporate daily journaling into your routine. Here are some tips for making journaling as easy and beneficial for you as possible. 

Making journaling easy and beneficial

Making journaling easy and beneficial is a key part of any successful habit. Here are five tips to help make it a breeze.

1. Set a daily or weekly goal for journaling. Rather than trying to squeeze in journaling every day, set smaller goals that you can achieve easily. This will increase the likelihood that you’ll stick with journaling as a habit.

2. Make your journaling environment comfortable and relaxing. If your chair feels uncomfortable or you’re worried about making too much noise, it’ll be difficult to focus on your writing. Choose an area of your house where you feel comfortable working and ensure all the supplies you need are nearby, such as pens and paper.

3. Start with small tasks. When you first begin journaling, don’t try to tackle big projects right away. Instead, start with easier tasks that will introduce you gradually to the process of journaling. This way, when you finally get brave enough to try something more complex, you’ll have plenty of experience under your belt to support you along the way.

4. Get creative with your prompts. Rather than relying on traditional prompts like “write about a happy moment” or “describe your day in one sentence,” experiment with different options until you find ones that work best for you. This will give your writing a unique flavor and make it more interesting to read later on down the road.


Some tips to make journaling part of your daily routine

  • Make it easy – Most people prefer a notebook with paper rather than a computer,because the  book can be carried. 
  • Pick a Time that Works – The best times are before bed, in the morning, and at night. This might not be the best time for everyone. You can always find a better time. You can consider journaling while on your lunch break at work.
  • Have a drink and eat a snack – It’s important not to make excuses or think about other things while you write in your journal. You should ensure you are well-hydrated.
  • Create a comfortable and assessable space – It’s easier for you to think clearly and not worry about how your wrist or tailbone hurt. Some people prefer a desk while others like a comfortable chair or a bed.
  • Combine it with something else you enjoy doing – If cleaning your house is a daily routine, and you love to read in the clean house with the breeze blowing in, why not journal? Add journaling to your daily routine if it is a regular thing.
  • Relaxing Music can help set the mood – Some people like silence. You might try some relaxing music, without words, that helps you focus and gather your thoughts.
  • Try Using  a Specific Type of Journal – For some, a particular style of journal is helpful. Some types are bullet journal,  prayer journal, or project journal. These types of journal works better because it establishes some rules for entry.




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