Here’s why you should pick up this practice of journaling now.
1. It will make you grateful
When you end each day by reminding yourself what you’re grateful for, you get perspective. Often, reflecting in this way reminds you that things are not as bad as you might have previously thought.
2. It will help you get a good night’s sleep
By creating a routine around your journaling habit, you’ll be starting a wind-down ritual that will tell your body it’s time for a restful sleep. Being grateful also stops unnecessary worrying so you’ll be able to easily drift off to sleep.
3. It will make you more creative
Instead of lying in bed scrolling through Instagram or other distractions, encourage intellectual and creative flow by being alone with your thoughts, and writing them down, unfiltered.
4. It will make you more organised
Do you often lie awake at night or first thing in the morning going over your to-do lists and making mental reminders? Imagine how much more organised you would be if you wrote them down and planned them out properly.
5. It will keep you focused
When you start your day journaling, you are able to set your tone for the rest of the day. Would you like to be calm, energised or kind today? Writing it down will solidify your intention and keep you focused.
Not sure exactly how to start? No need to be a blogger or copywriter by profession, simply buy a notebook of your liking and trusty pen and create a comfortable space in your home for quiet reflection.
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