The Art of Journaling: How To Start Journaling, Benefits of Journaling, and More
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"We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience."
Forget all the rules others impose about a journal. Do what works for you.
Marcus Aurelius seems to have done his journaling first thing in the morning. He would note what he was likely to face in the day ahead.
Putting his own thinking down on paper let him see it from a distance. It gave him objectivity amidst anxiety and frustrations that flooded his mind.
Write down what strikes you, quotes that motivate you, stories that inspire you for later use in your life, business, writing, speaking, or whatever it is that you do.
Tobias Wolf wrote that he had a separate journal he called a "commonplace book" that is a collection of quotes, ideas, stories and facts he wanted to keep for later. He said it made him a much better writer and a wiser person.
The bullet journal method, or BuJo, is a tool to help us to declutter our minds.
BuJo is a mindfulness practice with the goal of intentional living. It is weeding out distractions and focusing your time and energy on what's truly meaningful in your work and personal life. All you need to get started is a blank notebook.
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