Let’s face it: it’s hard to find the time to journal every day. Not only that, but you might not feel like every day is eventful enough to want to write about.
Unfortunately, it’s very easy to fall off the journaling wagon. You skip a day. Then a few days go by. Then weeks. Before you know it, you’ve missed out on journaling completely.
Here is a way to keep up on your journaling in a meaningful way without it feeling like a daily chore: journal weekly instead!
There are several ways you can do weekly journaling. Here are some ideas:
Highlights of the week: Write about main events that happened this week, and/ or things you enjoyed the most.
Evaluate the week: What went well this week? What could you have done better? What can you do to improve?
Lessons learned: What did you learn this week that you want to remember in the future?
Gratitude: What are you grateful for this week?
People: Who helped you this week? Whom did you help? Which relationships are going well, and which ones need improving? What can you do to improve these relationships?
These are just a few ideas to get you started with weekly journaling. You can follow the same topics each week, or you can rotate topics and write about something different each week.
Weekly journaling takes the pressure off feeling you have to write every day, while still giving you a meaningful journaling experience..