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Use Your Journal To Review Your Day In The Evening

  • Seneca did most of his journaling and reflection in the evening. He examined his entire day and would go back over what he said and done, hiding nothing. Then he would ask himself whether his actions had been just and what he could improve.
  • Winston Churchill would not go to bed having not created, written or done anything that moved his life forward.

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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.

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The bullet journal method, or BuJo, is a tool to help us to declutter our minds.

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.

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