How I Got Back To Journaling!

Happy Wednesday, y’all! I hope it’s been great so far!

For today’s post I’m going to be talking about how I got back into journaling and how I plan to stay into journaling!

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So if you’ve ever struggled with journaling and have had a ton of journals stacked up and you just can’t seem to fully finish them all then we’re in the same boat because I was in that situation, too!

A couple years ago, I was at Anthropologie and stumbled across this little item called a Q&A 5 year journal and I loved the concept of it and decided to get it and I’ve honestly loved it and have recently gotten a new one for the new year. The whole idea is each day you get asked a question and you answer it for the next five years and at the end of those years you can look back at the different answers (or the same!) given for each year! I love this and would recommend this item to everyone who loves these kinds of things! 🙂

Another way I’m going to get back into journaling is journal every day but briefly and not in pages like I used to and I’ll be using my mini happy planner for this!

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My goal for 2018 is to write in this for the whole year and actually stick to it! Add a couple stickers to it (of course!) and make it more for memories and not just to journal, if that makes any sense haha. I’m excited to see how it works out and to look at this a year from now at all the memories from 2018!

This post was short and to the point so I hope you enjoyed this and I hope in some way you get some motivation or inspiration in going back to journaling or intrigues you in wanting to start a five year journal! 🙂

Do you journal? If so, is it daily or every now and then? 

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