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Types of journaling

  • Gratitude journal. Maintain a daily list of things you appreciate, including uplifting quotes.
  • Journal of self-portraits. You can take pictures, draw colors or shapes or collage images.
  • Nature diary to connect with the natural world. Record the things you notice about the sky, the weather, and the seasons.
  • A log of successes. Begin by writing the big ones you remember then regularly jot down small successes that occur during the week.
  • A favorite song log. Write about the moods they evoke and explore that time and space of your life.

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