Putting feelings into words and words onto paper is a powerful tool to help us be more in tune with ourselves and ignite change.

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1.Thirty-three Ideas of What to Write in a Daily journal

Have you ever been at a loss for word when deciding what to write in a journal? As a writer, I find that keeping a daily journal is imperative for organizing my thoughts and keeping my grammar where it needs to be. Writing without direction can lead to some wonderful creations, but it can also lead to writer's block and hours of being unproductive.

From: developgoodhabits

2. Thirty Day Self-Discovery Journal Prompts

Journaling allows you to vent out your feelings, organize your thoughts, track your progress, and find yourself all at once. Sure, you could go to therapy, go on a mindful walk, or allow time to take the lead to find yourself, but all of those aren’t seen by the naked eye. When you journal, you allow yourself to see your progress and most importantly find yourself.

From: lovingthyself

3. How to Journal (to Become more in tune with yourself)

Putting feelings into words and words onto paper is a powerful tool to help us be more in tune with ourselves and ignite change. Call me old-fashioned but the physical act of putting pen to paper makes us slow down and turn inwards like no keyboard can ever do.

From: aserenepursuit

4. Twenty Five Self-Development & Acceptance Journal Prompts

Finding yourself, accepting yourself, and loving yourself can be some of the most challenging things in life. However, journals are a great way to make all that much easier. Journals are private and safe. They give you the ability to creatively express yourself!

From: lovingthyself

5. January Journal Prompts

Journaling is a great habit to develop because it allows you to slow down and think. Taking the time to write each day can also help you to reduce your stress levels. Of course, I personally journal because I find it enjoyable, not because I'm looking for any other benefits in it. But, it's nice to know that there are other good reasons for journaling as well.

From: lifeoflovely

6. Four Ways to Start a Journal for Emotional Healing

It may sound too good to be true, just journal for emotional healing. Can simply putting pen to paper really help you make sense of your story? Help you recover from abuse? Create healthy emotional balance that allows you not just to survive, but to thrive? Short answer? Yes!

I am not just saying that either. “Many psychological and medical studies have shown that writing about difficulties and dreams helps people experience increased happiness, health, and productivity” (from Heal By Writing About Your Trauma by Randi Kreger).

From: swanwaters

7. Reflective Journaling : A Step by Step Guide

The start of a new year can be a time that many people start new traditions or resolutions in order to bolster overall health and well-being. While some people opt for a new gym membership or weekly yoga classes in order to invest in a new physical health regime, others may seek to invest in a positive change for their mental health and well-being, like introducing reflective practices into their daily routine.

From: heatherleguilloux

8. Memory Keeping: 52 Journal Questions

Writing in a journal brings so much more freedom as you aren’t putting it out there for others to read. I hope that it will be a good way to keep writing creatively, hopefully improve my handwriting a little and just capture some of my life right now.

From: hayleyfromhome

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