I want to thank and congratulate you for downloading the book “99 Journal Writing Prompts and Ideas: Your Secret Checklist to Journaling like a Super Pro Today!”
Sometimes, you just want to write—but you have no idea where to start.
With the help of this book, you’ll be treated to a bevy of writing prompts and ideas that you could use on your own.
Here are some of the guidelines and reminders that will help you become the best journal writer that you can be.
1. The Purpose. First and foremost, you have to ask yourself as to why exactly you are writing the journal, or the certain topic that you’re trying to write about. What is it about? What is it for? Who is it for? These questions will help set the tone of your journal entry.
Keeping a journal is a very useful path towards self-improvement. However, this is only when journaling becomes a habit, and not something that is done just once. Essentially, journaling works its wonders because the habit “forces” people to spend time on themselves. Turning your attention to your own thoughts creates a therapeutic activity, giving you time to reflect and heal.
Journaling is basically the act of recording your thoughts and feelings by jotting them down on a daily basis. This art has been around for hundreds of years now, and has been used by most people as a means to relieve stress and express themselves.
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