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.
What the heck is minimalism? And why does it matter for journaling? Finding a firm definition for minimalism in the dictionary is a no-go, but there are common principles we can draw upon for journaling.
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.
Five fellow bloggers wanted to share what journaling has done for them. Keep reading to see their preferred methods, their transformative experiences, and how it can help you.
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When it comes to how to journal, you are the most important piece.