Michael Wade just provided the best daily logging template for my Hobonichi Techo for 2017.
My plan for celebrating the day (which, truthfully, I started last night) is to open up past year’s journals, logs, and notes and tease out any ideas that may have gotten lost in the shuffle and see what I might want to put into action the coming year. On August 10, 2014 I noted that my wife and I were a pretty good canoe team after a jaunt out on the lake at our family cabin and that, perhaps, we should go canoeing more often here in town.
— Today is Journal Day by The Cramped
I'm just getting mine ready for the new year.
of Kara Benz.
I'm still intrigued by the Bullet Journal and it's place in my toolset. Especially when you see examples of it being used the way Kara Benz uses it.
Who cares. Just capture.
In this roadmap are many questions. In your journal — whether digital or by hand — you can simply write out the question at the top of the page, and answer as if having a conversation. Don’t worry about formality, how it may sound out loud, grammar, etc. Just write your thoughts. It may seem mundane, but there is a magical quality in writing something down that cannot be fully explained. You just have to trust me and try it out.
— Jumpstart Your Journaling: A 31-Day Challenge by The Art of Manliness
What a terrific idea. A roadmap of journal prompts to build up a journaling habit.