Journaling can be so refreshing and healing. It help you process situations and make decisions.

I used to write in my journal all the time. Over the last few years, though, it has been very sporadic. A couple months I started writing again and even bought a beautiful new journal to record my thoughts. It went well at first but I’ve kind of fallen off the bandwagon again. But I think it’s time to climb back on again. Here are some questions for YOU to start journaling too.

10 Questions to Help you Start Journaling

  • What was the best part of your day? Describe in detail.
  • What is a current frustration you have? Work through it and try to come up with solutions.
  • What are your goals for the next week/month/year?
  • What specific steps are you going to take to achieve your goals?
  • What are you thankful for?
  • Where do you see yourself in 5 years? What about 10, 20, 30 years from now?
  • Write out a prayer
  • Your favorite quote or verse and what it means to you
  • Your feelings on a particular issue
  • Write out some of your favorite memories

There are many benefits to journaling. Also, it’s nice to look over past journals sometimes and see how much you’ve grown as a person. Journaling doesn’t have any set rules, it’s something that you can do in whatever way works for you. Whether you recap your day or dive deep into thoughts and reflections, it’s a beneficial practice that can help you process thoughts and clear your mind.

Do you keep a journal? 

~ This post is part of the October Series on Taking Time to Rest, Re-Charge, and Take Care of Yourself! ~

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