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  • Olliver Teller

The Benifits of Journaling

Journaling is a great way to get organized and keep track of your thoughts and feelings. It can help you make sense of what's going on in your life, and it can also help you be a better student. First, get a journal. You can get a blank journal that you can fill up with your thoughts. Or, you can pick up a pre-made journal with prompts, questions, and prompts from your teacher. The important thing is that you get a journal, and you use it to keep track of your notes and thoughts. Second, use your journal to write down your notes. If you're in a lecture or a class, you can take notes on your journal and then write in your journal after you leave the class. It's great for recording the events of the day and keeping track of your thoughts. Third, use your journal to think about your feelings. Journaling can help you process your feelings and work out your thoughts. If you're having a hard time feeling happy or comfortable, journaling can help you sort out what's going on. Fourth, use your journal to brainstorm. If you're brainstorming ideas for a project, a paper, or a presentation, journaling can help you go through your ideas and prioritize them. Fifth, use your journal to keep track of your thoughts. If you're having thoughts about the future, journaling can help you work out the details and plan the steps.


Here are some tips on how to journal and take notes in school: -First and foremost, put a pen and paper in your backpack. -Start your journal a few days before school starts. -Build a routine of writing at the same time each day. -Create a notebook and add a cover that suits you. -Journaling is hard work, so make it a habit you enjoy. -Try to journal for at least 20 minutes a day. -Think about how you want your journal to look and what you want to be able to include in it. -Write down the things you want to do in life, the things you want to learn, or your thoughts about anything. -Think about what is important to you. Journaling has many benefits, including the ability to easily organize your thoughts and to express your feelings. It helps you keep track of what you've learned and improve the quality of your note-taking in school, therefore making you and your grade smarter.

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