To reap the most benefits you want journaling to become a habit. Find out when it works for you the best to journal: morning, evening, or during a lunch break? Also remember to be kind to yourself when you break the routine.It is ok to skip a couple of days or change your routine every now and then if it doesn’t work for you. Journaling should not feel like another thing on your to-do list that causes you stress.
Journaling doesn’t need to be anything else than a raw piece of who you are at the moment. Kindly ask your inner critic to step aside because there’s not right or wrong in journaling. Practice self-compassion and don’t worry about spelling or grammar, because you’re writing only for yourself. Be as authentic and hones as you can be.
Staring at a blank page can be invigorating, but it can also be stress-inducing. Journaling prompts are a great way to get writing when you don’t know what to write about, or want to dive deeper into a specific topic. I created two journals to guide you on your self-discovery journey. “Date with yourSelf” is a printed book that will help you to explore the topics of new-beginnings, growth, self love, and emotional literacy in three chapters and more than 60 prompts. “Journal your heart out” is an ebook filled with 365 journaling prompts on various topics.