Starting journaling can be challenging.
That's why a lot of people don’t do it or stop.
Here are 3 tips to help you:
Your task is to leave your inner critic behind the door and express yourself freely and without judgment.
There is a myth that you need to write a few pages in one sitting to call it “journaling.” Writing just a few sentences in the beginning, is enough.
Timeblock a few journaling minutes for yourself at the time of the day that suits you best.
It can be in the morning after breakfast or in the evening before falling asleep.
If you don’t want to stare at a blank journaling page, you can use journaling prompts to start writing in your journal…
For example, ask these 3 journal prompts if you want to change your life and get unstuck.