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5. Bullet Journal

5. Bullet Journal

A bullet journal is very famous these days. It planning tool which combines your calendar with your to-do list and your long and short-term goals.

  1. A future log to write your future goals and plans
  2. A monthly log to track your monthly goals
  3. A daily log for keeping track of your daily tasks. It’s basically your to-do list.

A bullet journal has many benefits. On one hand, it helps you visualize your daily and monthly goals. On the other hand, it gives you a sense of accomplishment when you complete your tasks.


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4. Mind Dump Journal

4. Mind Dump Journal

If you are worried about a certain thing, a mind dump journal is best for putting your chaotic mind in order.

Not just for worries, you can also use this method for dumping your overwhelming thoughts and your craziest ideas.

A mind dump journal helps you clear your mind by letting out...


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6 Methods of Journaling:

6 Methods of Journaling:

6 Methods of Journaling:

There are many methods of journaling depending upon their purpose. In this article, I am going to list 6 of those methods which I currently use, or have used previously.

If you already got a notebook or a note-taking app that you use for your regular journalin...


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6. Gratitude Journal

6. Gratitude Journal

Whenever you feel discontent with life, writing down the three things you are grateful for can help you realize “you are blessed with so many things that you take for granted”.

\When writing a gratitude journal, don’t just list the names of things. Instead write down the reasons why you are...


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2. Morning Pages

2. Morning Pages

Morning Pages are three paragraphs of writing ideally done first thing in the morning.

This means, start your day by writing three paragraphs of stream-of-consciousness writing, without worrying about any grammar rules.

This method of journaling was given by Julia Cameron in his book ...


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3. Dream Journal

3. Dream Journal

As the name suggests, a dream journal is used to record your dreams.

Every time you wake up from a dream, write down what you saw. Be sure to write as early as possible because we tend to forget most of the details of our dream within a few hours from waking up.

I know it feels weird ...


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1. What-I-learned-Today Journal:

1. What-I-learned-Today Journal:

Every day, we read an article or watch a video from which we learn something. And we want to remember it so we can apply it in our life. But nine out of ten, we forget about it in just a few days.

Writing down what you learned that day saves your learning in the long-term memory of your jou...


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What is Journaling?

What is Journaling?

Journaling is the most simplistic form of writing. You can call it a method to convert your thoughts into writing.

Actually, you will be writing down your thoughts, problems, goals, or plans in a paper/digital notebook.


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Bullet Journal

Bullet Journal

A Bullet Journal (BuJo) is a mindfulness practice designed as a productivity system. It is a tool that can help you organize your life and improve your mental health by writing things down on paper. It can be used for anything from keeping track of daily tasks to planning long-te...

How to Bullet Journal

How to Bullet Journal

  • Grab a notebook and a pen;
  • Format your journal: Index page->Future Log-> Monthly Log-> Daily Log;
  • Flip to your Daily Log, and start writing. Keep your items as brief as possible. 
  • Categorize each entry into one of three groups: Tasks, Event...

Bullet journaling basics

  • Index: This section of the journal is a "table of contents" for the rest of the journal. When you add a new section, include its name and starting page number in the index.
  • Future log: This is where you note events like birthdays, weddings and vaca...


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