I’ve been writing daily for 5 weeks straight now & have filled almost 1/4 of my journal. I’ll call it a habit at 10 weeks :) Halfway there! 3 years ago
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I’ve been keeping a journal for the first time in my life (as in, I’ve written in it for more than 5 days running, an approximation of my previous record!) This is part of a class I’m taking and phew! was I skeptical at first. It’s not a ‘this is what happened today’ type of journal. It’s more of a ‘this is what I thought about today and how I felt about it’, ‘this is what I’m working on’, ‘this is what I’m grateful for’ type of journal. I’ve known for a long time that writing helps me to process my experiences and emotions, but bringing some consistency to the process has been awesome (if intense at times). I still write a lot outside my journal too – thoughts, draft blog posts, things that come up during the days, but I’m finding that writing first thing in the morning helps clear my head and prepare me for the day. I’m loving it and plan to make it a habit. 3 years ago
I’ve found a cool site that I would like to use for this goal. Some of the ideas are challenging, a few strange, but most interesting enough that I’d actually want to try them. If, on that particular day, I am for some reason uninspired by the idea I will substitute it with free-writing of my own. 6 years ago