TagLast edit: 20 Nov 2022 18:36 UTC by Lucie Philippon

Journaling is the practice of recording events in your life, usually by writing about it daily.

Journaling can help to remember things in your past—such as special events, belief updates, mood and emotional states—and track how they change across time. It can also help you notice and reflect on things, either naturally by thinking back on things that happened, or more directly helping you focus on things through prompting, like gratitude journaling which can help you focus on things you’re grateful for.

There are various forms of journaling:

Related Pages: Gratitude

Take 1: We’re not go­ing to re­verse-en­g­ineer the AI.

Charlie Steiner1 Dec 2022 22:41 UTC
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On Journaling

RobertLumley10 Feb 2012 21:43 UTC
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Value Journaling

ProofOfLogic25 Jan 2017 6:10 UTC
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Grat­i­tude: Data and Anecdata

Dan Weinand20 Dec 2020 20:24 UTC
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For Hap­piness, Keep a Grat­i­tude Journal

Peter Wildeford15 Jul 2013 21:11 UTC
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My recom­men­da­tions for grat­i­tude exercises

MaxCarpendale5 Aug 2019 19:04 UTC
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[Question] What jour­nal­ing prompts do you use?

ChristianKl6 Jun 2022 11:35 UTC
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Emails from your Grat­i­tude Journal

karlkeefer11 Jan 2022 6:05 UTC
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