The value of journaling is not in complex thoughts or smooth flowing poems but in being a collection of your inner most thoughts and record of your life. Journaling is a tool to deepen the relationship you have with yourself, emotionally, spiritually, and physically, also. Journaling makes you a better writer and future generations will want to read it, too! Many famous people kept/keep journals, like Thomas Jefferson, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, and former US President Barak Obama.
Barack Obama, President of the United States of America:"In my life, writing has been an important exercise to clarify what I believe, what I see, what I care about, what my deepest values are. The process of converting a jumble of thoughts into coherent sentences makes you ask tougher questions."
Below are 28 day journal prompts to help you build the habit of journaling daily. Remember, there's no one correct way to journal. Just start writing and see where the pen takes you. Be diligent about writing in your journal every day and soon it will become habit. At the end of the 28 days, look back at the first entry/entries. How have you changed? What have you learned about yourself?