30 Day Journals

Written by Doreene Clement

30 Day Journals By Doreene Clement

www.the5yearjournal.com info@the5yearjournal.com Whether you journal, diary or use diaries, now, or have never, you can keep a 30 day journal. Journaling for 30 days about one specific topic, can support you in many ways. Recording your thoughts, feelings, dreams, and desires, even recording just-the-facts, for 30 days is a powerful tool. You can track your ideas and experiences, realizing both your joys and your fears about a single topic. You can use this 30 day system for most topics, and throughout your journaling.

Think about what is happening in your life right now. Then think about a topic you would like to track or record on a daily basis: Your diet, finances, a relationship, a new experience, your job, a dream you've always had, a change you want to make.

Getting started

Decide if you want to userepparttar computer, a blank book, a notebook, or sheets of paper for your journal. If you are writing, pick a pencil or pen that is easy to use and is comfortable for you. Set aside a time and place every day for your journaling. Make this your time for you.

You may or may not want to date your journal. You can even includerepparttar 145627 time of day when you journal, especially if you are journaling about feelings, health or diet. The time of day can affect our outlook. For example, at certain times ofrepparttar 145628 day we may have more energy or be more tired.

Write as much or as little as you want. Some days you may have more to write about than other days. There is no set amount you need to write each day. Slow down as you begin to write and feel what your thoughts are on that day about your topic. It may help to close your eyes, calm your thoughts, and remember to breathe easily.


Three 30 Day Journaling Ideas

Written by Doreene Clement

Three 30 Day Journaling Ideas By Doreene Clement

www.the5yearjournal.com info@the5yearjournal.com Here are 3 journaling ideas that can contribute to, and enhance your life. You can use a notebook, The 5 Year Journal, a blank book, even a computer.

1. Start a 30 day goal journal. Pick one specific goal. "I want to lose 20 pounds." "I want to change careers." "I want to write a novel." Journal everyday forrepparttar next 30 days just about that goal. Why you wantrepparttar 145626 goal. How you will achieve your goal,repparttar 145627 actions you will take. Your feelings about yourself as you move toward your goal.

2. Journal forrepparttar 145628 next 30 days what you are grateful for. Take time each day to

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