Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane and browse through all the different topics we covered over the past 29 days.
Here’s a quick rundown:
- Welcome and Why You Should Take Up Journalling
- Two Super Simple Ways to Start Journalling
- What Should You Write in Your Journal?
- Keeping It Simple and Functional with a Bullet Journal
- Use Your Journal as a Creative Outlet
- Commit to Journalling Every Single Day – Even if It’s Just a Line
- Have You Heard of Gratitude Journals?
- Pen & Paper or Digital? What’s Your Journalling Medium
- Journaling Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive – Frugal Ways to Get Started
- Mobile Journalling Ideas for Your Smart Phone
- The Difference Between a Diary and a Journal
- Using a Journal to Work Through Emotions
- How a Journal Can Boost Your Productivity Through the Roof
- Make Your Journal Your Accountability Partner – No Matter What Your Goals Are
- Journal Like You’re Already There – A Written Spin on “Fake It ’til You Make It”
- Journal Before Bed for Improved Sleep Quality
- Journal in the Morning to Set the Right Tone for the Rest of Your Day
- Do You Want to Read More? Try Book Journaling
- Three Things to Try When Journaling Seems Overwhelming
- Browse Through Your Journal to Figure Out What’s Working and What Isn’t
- Journal Prompts to Help You Get Unstuck
- Have You Heard of Writing Morning Pages?
- Using Daily Checking Questions and Journalling Prompts
- Try Daily Collage Pages to Tap into Your Creative Side
- Use Your Journal to Overcome Fears and Make Big Decisions
- Why Your Journal Shouldn’t Be Perfect – Keep It Messy
- Carry Your Journal with You Anywhere You Go
- Find a Way That Works for You – There is No Right or Wrong Way to Journal
- Some Benefits You are Tapping into After a Month of Daily Journaling
What has had the biggest impact on you? What tips and ideas have you found the most helpful? Those are the posts that you want to come back to again and again.
Take a few minutes today to reflect on not only how far you’ve come, but more importantly how these 30 days of inspiration have influenced you and changed you for the better. What positive experiences have you had as a result of this month’s challenge?
Thank you so much for spending this past month with me. I’ve had a blast and hope that you’ve learned a lot about journalling. It’s my sincere wish that you will find a journalling practice that fits your lifestyle and that you’ll continue to journal for years to come.