Journaling: 3 types of journals that will make your life better

Journaling: 3 types of journals that will make your life better

Did you know journaling can improve your life? Yes! It has a very positive effect on your state of well-being. Read more to discover its benefits.

A journal can be only a simple notebook you have in your house or it can be the most valuable thing you have ever owned. There are many different types of journals that can help keep your everyday projects and ideas more organized. 

Journaling helps organize your thoughts and future projects

Some benefits of journaling

The journals we should all have

3 types of journaling that will make your life better

Gratitude journal: It is a journal to write about all of the things that you are grateful for. You can complete it at night and write down the things that you’re thankful for that happened that day. This will make you focus on the little things that brought your joy during the day and take stock of all the amazing thing you may tale for granted. It is proved that this type of journal helps reduce stress and make you feel calmer. 

Having a journal can help keep your everyday projects and ideas more organized.

Project Journal: If you are a creative person with different projects, this is your perfect journal! In this notebook, you can write down all the projects you're working on. You will be able to write about the process, the important information about the projects, and even stick pictures of it.

Journaling motivates you to achieve your goals

Travel Journal: If traveling is what you love, then you need a travel journal. Use it to organize your trips. Write down the places you want to visit, the hotels, restaurants, and the activities you would like to do in the chosen destination. Of course, you can put there, photos from your trip, so it could be a really good travel memory. 

What is your favorite journal?

Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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