Now let's talk about how to split your journal.
When I first started journaling, I decided to have a few journals for different life topics.
One for learning, one for planning my day.
Then I decided to add one more containing ideas and quotes.
It did not take me long to realize that I couldn't keep all three journals simultaneously.
Because I need to remember what I need to write in my journal, it is not practical to carry 3 of them with me.
Later I tried to split one journal into sections of equal length.
So one was for planning, the other for learning, and so on.
This approach was better and more convenient.
However, there was one problem with this approach: often, one section was filling faster than the other.
If, for example, I was planning more in my journal than writing gratitude, then the planning section outgrew the gratitude part in a few months.