Today we're going to tackle journaling basics, beginning with paper choice. Do you have a preference, or are you going Russian Roulette style? We're covering the main types: Blank, Dotted, Graphed and Lined.
I understand at first glance journaling is considered not meditating. But if you break down what meditating is, it's an act of mindfulness that can be centered on an activity. Some times the activity is being still, doing yoga, or writing in a journal.
Reflective journaling involves being introspective, practicing self-examination, critical thinking, interpreting one's own life experiences and making meaningful conclusions.
This is the word list to end all word lists. It is also a live post, meaning as I discover new words meaningful to journaling, they go here. Struggling to find a new idea for when you journal? Search no more. Feast your eyes on all the names you can possibly think of!
Here you will find inspiration and instruction on how to use visuals as journal prompts. I'll be breaking it down seven ways for you backed with research and a smattering of cheese.
Sometimes, we all need a little guidance. New things can be exciting and scary and confusing. Even journaling. If you tend to make excuses, put up imaginary hurdles or tell yourself that journaling is just too big of a thing, this guide is for you. Keep reading to learn: how to journal.
Are you a newbie to the concept of artsy journaling? Perhaps you've doodled here and there, played with a sticker or two, but haven't fully dedicated a session to that creative side of you.
When it comes to how to journal, you are the most important piece.