Completed my third journal this week. This journal was polished off in four months! I am amazed at how quickly I got through it. Granted, it’s only my third journal so there’s a chance I may finish faster in the future. Continue reading Third Journal Complete!
Hooray! From August 2004 to March 2017, I have been writing in this journal sporadically. I am so glad it is now filled from cover to cover! Continue reading Second Journal Complete!
For those who are looking for weekly journal prompts, tips or questions about journaling, or have a curiosity about what others are journaling about, try going to /r/Journaling. It is a subreddit that recently developed to gather a large audience interested in all things related to writing in journals.
I stumbled upon this subreddit when searching for ideas on how to format my pages. Thanks to the number of users there, I have some ideas of what new journal I should get when I complete my current one.
Hooray! I completed my first journal! Continue reading First Journal Complete!
Everyone notices at some point how much their writing style has changed. For some, the change is gradual because of accumulated experience. For others, the change is abrupt because they want to emulate a particular tone. There are probably thousands of reasons why one person’s writing can change. Sadly, I do not have the clairvoyance to list every reason. I do have the records of my early journal entries. Here are some personal writing style changes that I have noticed: Continue reading Writing Style Changes
It has been one month after I made the commitment to write in my journals more frequently. Luckily, I remembered to add the date to each entry. Turns out I wrote every 1-3 days, which is not bad considering I expected an entry once a week. Overall, I managed to write 16 days out of the past 31. Wow! Looking back on what I recorded and what I experienced, I can confidently say that all those articles and blog posts about the benefits of daily writing were right. Continue reading (Almost) Daily Journaling