We are writers, and so it is even more helpful for us to journal. Let me share with you some tips from my journaling experience for how to write a journal.
You, of course, may choose to use any of these at whatever time you like.
There are eight graphics on this page to serve as general visual bookmarks. Additionally, please consider using the following text links to jump to specific points on this page: Write about going back to school after summer vacation. Write a thank you note to a friend who gave you onion and garlic-flavored chewing gum.
Draw an imaginary constellation.
Describe a real made-up dream or nightmare. Write about your favorite childhood toy. Write out the best or the worst day of your life. If and when I raise children, I'll never I have never been more frightened than when Persuade a friend to give up drugs.
Five years from now, I will be Write about a day you'd like to forget. Invent and describe a new food. Describe an event that changed your life forever, or make up and describe an event that would change your life forever.
Describe someone who is a hero to you and explain why. Write about a time in your life when you struggled with a choice and made the right one. Imagine yourself in a different century and describe an average day in your life.
Which character from a book would you most like to meet and why? Three goals I have set for myself are What would you do if mice had just gotten out of their cages in a pet shop where you worked? Just like the above 20 prompts, prompts listed below have not been "dressed up" much. What would you do if you were locked inside your favorite department store overnight?
What would you do if you woke up one morning to find yourself invisible? What would you do if you were able to communicate with animals? What would you do if you could travel into the future? What would you do if you could travel into the past? What would you do it all the electricity in the world just stopped?
What would you do if you could travel free anyplace in the world? What would you do if the dinner served to you in a fancy restaurant came with a fly in the mashed potatoes? Write a list of at least 50 things that make you feel good.
Describe the perfect day. Put in as many details as you can. Make it a possible day, not a "dream day. Who is the person from history that you would most like to meet and talk to?
What would you like to ask? Who is the person from literature that you would most like to meet and talk to? Compile a list of words that describe you as a child. Compile a second list that describes you as you are now.Any journal entry will benefit from some moments of reflection before you begin writing.
Before you start writing, go to a quiet place and focus on your breath for a few minutes. This is a wonderful exercise to clear your head and settle your thoughts. A timed writing process designed to bring focus and intensity in short bursts.
Excellent for those who are resistant or aversive to journal writing, or who are uncertain about how to start, or who state they do not have time to write journals.
Sample Journal Entry Below is a sample journal entry for a typical day in the life of a girl in the present. Follow this same type of format to write your journal entries about the mids.
Notice how the journal entry describes everyday tasks . Journal entries are the first step in the accounting cycle and are used to record all business transactions and events in the accounting system.
As business events occur throughout the accounting period, journal entries are recorded in the general journal. If your journal lives online you can skip this step: it's obvious you'll use a keyboard to write your journal entries.
But if you've decided to have an old-fashioned journal, a paper one, you will need a nice pen! Or maybe even several pens of different style for your writings to look cool. Penzu allows you to add pictures to your journal entries.
If you are feeling stuck on what to write, add a picture and write about what it means to you. It can be a picture of a special moment, a special person, a special pet, or a special place.