By Intelligent Change 16 minutes read. I have a lot of things left unsaid that I want to tell people and sometimes myself; the free-flowing thought diary can be worked with any blank notebook. What if you wanted to send a letter to your future 50-year-old self or what would you have said to yourself if you were 10 years old?. A self-reflection journal is another of my favorite types of journals to take away.
Ideal for getting to know yourself better, a self-reflection journal can help you discover who you are, what you want and how you feel about different areas of your life. One of the most popular journaling methods is the bullet journal. Thanks to social networks, this type of newspaper has skyrocketed into one of the main creative media outlets shared on Instagram, Pinterest and Tumblr. You've probably seen one of these images at some point.
They are usually on a dotted or blank page and look like a planner with cute doodles. A bullet journal serves as a self-made planner, but you can add much more if you want. Others like to use stickers or found objects, such as magazine clippings, to add a touch of style to their bullet journal. The beauty of this type of diary is that it is completely your design.
No vignette journal looks the same because they are physical expressions of our mind and creativity. Maybe writing down your thoughts isn't for you. After all, we are not all good at expressing our thoughts on paper or have a legible handwriting. If that's the case, you might want to try video recording, a method that could be one of the best therapeutic devices you've ever used.
After all, we all feel better when we let off steam with someone, right? Well, the daily video combines that ventilation session with a diary outing. There are many varieties of magazines listed. It takes less commitment to write, since you can dispense with whole sentences and paragraphs, while having the same challenge of exploring your inner self. Listography lets you go at your own pace, while The 52 Lists Project challenges you to do one a week during the year.
The questions range from “List the ways you can clean up your life for spring in the second” to “List the bad things you did as a child in the first.”. In The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron (one of my favorite twelve-week exercises), she assigns “pages in the morning, three pages first thing each morning of what you want to write, flow of consciousness style. Even if all you have to say is “I don't know what to say, over and over again, you have to fill three pages. It also requires that you don't revisit the pages until after the course has finished.
As a journaling style, write three pages each morning and revisit them depending on the season to reflect, or even just let them be. As the name suggests, this is the most basic diary, just write down how you feel. This can help in several ways: it can be therapeutic and release tension and anxiety, or it can provide an outlet for processing difficult emotions. Morning pages are when you write three pages in the morning about anything you can think of.
Bullet journaling is a system for organizing and tracking events, ideas, projects, tasks or anything else your heart desires that allows you to customize it as you see fit. Bullet journals are great for people who want to be more organized, creative and productive. You can use your bullet journal for anything from managing mental health or weight loss to keeping track of budgets. The best part is that bullet journals can be adjusted according to your needs.
On the other hand, if you simply want to document your day or a special holiday, a vignette journal may be a better option. Even so, a little direction is always fine, so let's take a look at 12 types of journals for a little inspiration ???? A bulleted journal is a flexible (very popular) style of journaling that lets you organize everything from to-do lists, milestones and goals to personal reflections and things you don't want to forget. Some people use an existing planner and turn it into a bullet journal, but you can also start with a blank page, creating boxes and sections to fit into anything you want to write about. Even if you are going through difficult times, you should be able to think 3 to 5 things that you are grateful for.
Try to be as specific as possible. Keeping a gratitude journal is easy and can really encourage your brain to focus on good things, which can lead to positive changes in all areas of life. . .