Journaling is the new Coconut Oil.
I always had problems keeping a journal. I thought journals where about just logging what you did all day and miscellaneous feelings. I would get bored of writing in it everyday. I would end up with a bunch of half filled journals that I only wrote in when I was in a mood.
That all changed once I realized that this is my journal and it can be a book of mirrors into my thoughts, dreams, and passions. I also made it fun, flexible, and doodled a lot! Whether you are exploring the shadows of your brain or just jogging down your to do lists, writing down your goals, tasks, impressions, and notes can increase you productivity.
I am currently obsessed with bullet journaling so a dot grid notebook and gel pens are required. There affiliate links on this page because I want to get a kickback from Amazon for getting you addicted to bullet journaling. Mostly so I can get more money for bullet journaling supplies.
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Even if you don’t want to make your own journaling and planning layouts like bullet journalers, you can still have a creative journaling experience. There are plenty of books to guide you.
What’s my woo secret to consistent journaling?
- Drawing an oracle or tarot card a day and using it as a journal prompt. Let’s say, I draw the card, The High Priestess, I will sketch out what springs to mind when I saw the card, did it make me thing of any personal current events, and what wisdom can I gain from this card.
- Note: I don’t use Tarot cards for fortune telling. I use them for self-reflection.
I don’t have a lot of decks. I have the Goddess Guidance Oracle Cards and The Wild Unknown Tarot. You can get a book to know the official meanings or you can just do what I do and just google the card name.
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