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Over the years of journal writing, I realized that keeping a journal is not just requiring time and effort but also… space to keep and store them. Especially if you are keeping a physical journal.
When the quarantine came, I thought of decluttering my space and do some re-organization. That was just the time that I’ve seen again the old journals that I kept years ago and I thought, “what should I do with these old journals?”
Developing a journaling habit requires effort and commitment. It may sound terrifying and daunting but it’s actually the same as any other habits that you want to incorporate with your life such as daily exercising, reading, meditating, etc.
Getting back into journaling also needed effort just like how you begin your journaling before. But it can be less daunting and as easy as “just write.” with these 5 tips.
Journal writing is a great tool for self-awareness and self-discovery. To create your dream life and determine what you want in life, you must know yourself first and foremost.