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3 Tips for a Journaling Routine

Making your journaling practice a routine is the greatest way to assure that you will do it every day and get the most out of it. It’s difficult to tell if your journal is helping you if you only use it once in a while. Here are some pointers to help you stick to the journaling schedule you set for yourself.

Pick a Time

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When you begin a new routine, any routine, you must make it a habit. It will have to be scheduled in before you can accomplish that. You should include it into your daily planner or calendar like you would any other appointment or event.

Treat it as if it were a daily task, something you must complete before the end of the day. Whether you include it into your night or morning routine, you must commit to it by writing it down on your calendar every day.

Start Small

Simplify your journaling regimen if you’re having problems keeping to it. Don’t strive to establish a complicated daily routine in which you begin five separate behaviors at once. You must choose only one thing and keep it as straightforward as possible.

Maybe you only write for 5 minutes every morning in your journal, or you follow one journaling prompt every day. Then you can progressively increase the amount of time you spend writing in your diary, expand the topics you write about, and incorporate new activities into your daily routine.

Find a Journal You Love

Do you want to journal every day and love it? You must have a journal that you adore.  It’s not just one you have lying around or that works. Take your time to locate a journal that is within your budget, the right size, and has the pages set up the way you want them.

A beautiful cover may appear to be unnecessary, yet it can make all the difference. When you add in a pen you enjoy writing with, journaling becomes an activity you look forward to.

Pick a Calm Spot

If at all feasible, set aside a specific area in your home for daily journaling. During the time of day when you wish to utilize your journal, it should be somewhere calm and tranquil. Keep your journal, pens, and possibly some art supplies nearby. You can also want to add some atmosphere by using ornamental items, candles, or an essential oil diffuser.

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