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Morning vs Night Time Journaling

Even if they aren’t aware of it, everyone has a daily pattern. This may include going to bed at the same time every night, always having coffee with breakfast, eating a snack when you get home from work, or reading a bedtime tale to your children after their bath. Your day is made up of these routines. They enable you to develop daily habits, which are activities you want or need to do.

The same may be said about journaling. When you establish a journaling habit, it serves as a reminder that it is time to write in your journal at a specific time of day. It’s common to have a morning or nighttime routine with your journal, although you can do both in some instances.

When to Journal

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The first thing to consider is whether you want to journal exclusively in the morning or only at night, or if you want to combine the two. You are not limited to using your journal only once a day just because you have a daily routine with it. You can write in it as often as you like, whether you’re stressed and need to vent or you’d like to try a morning and evening routine.

Examine how your morning and midnight journaling practices might benefit you in different ways. The style you journal and the topics you usually write about are frequently at odds.

Journaling in the Morning

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It’s a relatively new concept to write in your journal first thing in the morning. When most people think about journaling, they envision doing so at night as a way to reflect on their day. However, there are numerous advantages to utilizing it first thing in the morning.

Here are a few ideas for how to incorporate it into your morning routine:

Set your goals for the day. Setting intentions is one of the finest ways to use your diary throughout your morning routine. This allows you to get into the correct mentality for the day, knowing exactly what you have planned. Not simply in terms of a to-do list, but in terms of getting into a positive mentality, telling yourself you’ll have a good, productive day, and focusing on a specific area of concentration that’s essential to you.

Boost Your Productivity

You can also utilize it to boost your productivity. When you write down your goals and the things that need to be performed for the day, you get into the correct mindset for the day. Using a daily planner in the morning is similar to this.


Remove it from the equation. Journaling first thing in the morning can also help you get through the process quickly so you don’t have to worry about it later. You can start with something as easy as writing how you’re feeling, what you’re grateful for, and an inspirational phrase or affirmation.

Developing a Night Routine

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You also have the option of starting a nighttime journaling regimen. This is a fairly popular alternative that provides some somewhat different benefits than using it in the morning.

Consider your Day

Use your journal to reflect on your day in the evening. Write a recap of your day, then reflect on how you feel about your choices, whether it was a good or terrible day, and what you could have done differently.

In your journal, you can express all of your feelings and emotions. It’s similar to talking to a therapist, in that you may express all of your emotions, both positive and negative, and get them out of your head.

Stay Healthy

Maintain a healthy lifestyle. Both the midnight and morning journaling routines might help you consider how else you might wish to change your everyday behaviors. Perhaps you use your diary in the morning along with your planner, or perhaps you meditate a little before writing in your journal in the evening.

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