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Are you struggling to sit with your serenity and journal? And, if you get that steadiness; are you struggling to find what to write? And if even you know what to write you find it tough to pursue journaling on daily basis?

Fortunately, you are exactly where you need to be.


Journaling has been popular for thousands of years, but gone are the ‘Dear Diary’ days of recording every little thing about our day – that’s what social media is for, right? Now, daily journals are sleek, to the point, and offer a wealth of benefits. Many of us feel the fear of the blank page. It might be that you don’t want to spoil those crisp white pages with a mistake, but it’s important to remember that no one else will be reading your work, so you can just let go and have some fun!

“Writing in a journal reminds you of your goals and of your learning in life. It offers a place where you can hold a deliberate, thoughtful conversation with yourself.”

-Robin Sharma

5 Tips to Make JOURNALING a Daily Habit


Visualization works here well off. The kids you see our to-do list in the reach of our vision more we will be going to meet every aspect of the point we just are finishing off.

Place your journal at someplace where you approach now and then for some work, or near where you spend your precious morning and evening time.

Journaling is a therapy. It would be much more productive if practiced accordingly; with steadiness, searching for serenity, by incorporating it in your morning-evening regime and continuing it religiously.


Habits are met better off if pursued with a follow-up. The beliefs go like a practice practiced continuously for 21 days become a habit.

The basic criteria of repetitive practice with continuous motion are to promote consistency in your mindset. Consistency becomes a habit by the repetitive practice of something we want to adopt as a habit.

Consciously reaching out to the journal to jot down your thoughts and subsequently checking it off on your habit tracker would certainly make you reach out to your true inner self to work for the desired productiveness you are craving from a habit, from journaling.


Journaling is not time-bound. Moreover, it’s best practice when you feel heavy in thoughts and emotions and you want to put them off your mind then and there.

You may carry your journal. But most of you don’t carry it mostly because it doesn’t feel comfortable to do journaling in your school or an office. But, by practicing journaling from anywhere makes it more of like a habit. 

At times when you overflow with thoughts and emotions and you don’t feel like putting an effort in taking a journal, out picking a pen and writing. You can just open your notes type your feelings. This way you could even erase any bad memories from your system by consciously deleting your thoughts. It feels literally comfortable.


You can practice a productive activity once and even more often, willingly. But, practice becomes a habit when you practice it with an unconscious belief rather than with genuine intent.

Regular practice of any activity inclines you towards its primary benefit for which you no longer push yourself to practice rather you feel like willingly pursuing because now it feels like a part of your upgraded version not only the part of your routine.

You can set an intention for a habit by building a connection with its privileges, its benefits. The more you practice it the more you would realize its benefits in reality.


More or less journaling is all about looking into and after your mind-body-soul.
Journaling builds your connection with yourself.

You can only let journaling work for your connection with your higher self if you stay true to your feelings, your beliefs, your actions, your emotions yourself all and all.

You could journal properly by journaling honestly. Write something you feel the most, you get affected about the most, you expect to improvise the most, you crave to resolve the most.

Start from wherever you feel like letting out your thoughts and emotions. Either through morning pages, bullet journal, gratitude journal, or one line journal for five years. Start small, start today!



I am besides being a self-help writer and podcaster am a lawyer as well. I sense an intense inclination towards the power of words; their placing, usage moreover the power of interpretation they possess in law as well as philosophy. My writings are an outcome of great mind processing, notion understanding, and articulation skills as I write: – Concrete and straightforward, – Therapy and self-help, and – Professional and guidance.

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