Keeping a journal
Whether you want to share your thoughts with future generations, sharpen your memory or process your emotions, keeping a journal will benefit both you and others.
Check out these 18 life changing tips for keeping a journal from BuzzFeed.
Click www.buzzfeed.com/jarrylee/life-changing-tips-for-keeping-a-journal to access.
WikiHow has a simple and clear guide on how to keep a journal.
Click www.wikihow.com/Keep-a-Journal to access.
Masterclass, a paid for learning service, offers a course on how you start and keep a journal.
Click www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-start-and-keep-a-journal to access.
Penzu for those who prefer to keep a digital journal, rather than the more traditional paper one, you can start writing your online journal with Penzu. With many options to customise font and format or upload photos, you can personalise your notes whilst keeping them secure and easily accessible online.
This simple, beginner’s guide on how to keep a journal, from The Cut, is a must for any newbie. Featuring a wealth of pointers-from what to write about, to advice on which writing medium will suit you best-this guide will have you making memories in no time.
Click here: www.thecut.com/2017/08/a-beginners-guide-to-keeping-a-journal.html
Journal Therapy’s online course in journaling features helpful writing exercises and tips to help keep you motivated and your journal content spot-on!
Click here: https://journaltherapy.com/journal-cafe-3/journal-course/
Got ‘writers block’ when it comes to recording your memoirs? Check out these handy tips from The Guardian about how to get started.
This useful resource from LifeHacker will not only help kick-start your journaling journey, it also explains some of the benefits that putting pen to paper can have on both your mental health and productivity.
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