How to Write a Journal (and Keep Writing It)

7 powerful ways to establish an on-going journaling habit

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1. Write your journal first thing in the morning

2. Make use of journaling software and applications

3. Break all the rules

4. Ask yourself questions

5. Use a journaling worksheet

6. Use Google alerts as writing prompts

7. Write emails to yourself

Austin is a professional writer/editor. He shares sensible advice for serious writers and occasional diversions into science, philosophy, culture, and the arts.

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