1. Write about your daily activities
Just jot down what you’ve been up to. You can do it either in the morning or in the evening, or anytime in between. It doesn’t matter when you do it; all that matters is that you write about your day, what you want to remember, what has been special, or ordinary, or hard, or inspiring.
You can write about your daily activities like what did you at work today, what book did you read, what things you enjoyed and noticed, and reflect on how your day is spent.
All of these are simple questions that we can all ask ourselves. We all woke this morning, likely ate something, and so on. You might begin by writing about these activities. Capturing the ordinary moments of our lives through journaling is a way to learn more about the life you are living, the choices you are making, how you are spending your time and what makes you feel certain ways.