10 Fun Journaling Ideas

If you're anything like me, you sometimes get this urge to put pen to paper and have a

hoard of notebooks lying around. If you're looking for something fun and easy to do during quarantine, journaling is the perfect activity. All you really need is a notebook and a writing utensil. However, if you want to get fancy, you can use markers, gel pens, stickers, decorative tapes, photos, and so much more. There are so many options to make a journal unique to you. Here are 10 journaling ideas for you to try.


1. Stream-of-Consciousness Journal

This type of journaling is very simple; all you have to do is write down whatever you are thinking. Some people prefer to do stream-of-consciousness journaling before bed to clear their minds and help them sleep. As with any journal, you can choose how often and much you write. You can write about what you did that day or what you are worried about. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca for inspiration.


2. Junk Journal

Junk journaling may have a weird name but you can create beautiful spreads with anything. Junk journaling repurposes otherwise unwanted scraps of junk to create interesting art. You can use candy wrappers, ticket stubs, birthday cards, or anything you don't want to throw away. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca for more inspiration.


3. Bullet Journal

Over the last couple of years, bullet journaling has become increasingly popular. You may choose to conform to the original signs and symbols or you can create intricate and artistic spreads. Bullet journaling is commonly used to keep track of important dates, plan, and schedule making it perfect for students and people with a busy timetable. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca/planningmindfully/bullet-journal/ for inspiration.


4. Quote Journal

This type of journal is pretty self explanatory. All you do is write down your favorite quotes from books, tv shows, movies, music, and other people. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca/sonyasedwards/bookswordsquotesjournals/ for inspiration.


5. Dream Journal

Dream journaling can be taken two ways; you can write down your dream as soon as you wake up or you could write down what you dream of doing in the future. If you choose to record your dreams in the morning, it can be really fun to flip through your journal and look back on what your mind came up with.


6. Travel Journal

Travel journaling is my personal favourite type of journaling. You can use this outlet to plan your trip, record what you did, and where you went. You can even include photos, ticket stubs, flyers, and souvenirs from your travels. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca for inspiration.


7. Memory Journal

Similar to a stream-of-consciousness journaling, memory journaling is when you record your memories. It's pretty simple.


8. Spiritual or Mental Wellness Journal

This type of journaling is more personal and applies to your emotions and mental wellbeing. Some people choose to keep a faith journal where they record bible verses, inspiring messages and religious devotions. Other people may choose to use their journal for meditation or to just clear their thoughts. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca for inspiration.

9. Art Journal

Art journaling is probably the most expressive form of journaling. An art journal is a place where artists can keep all of their artwork and rough drafts. You can use photos, magazine cut outs, pens, markers, literally any medium. You can draw, paint, make collages, write poetry, write songs, anything you want. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca/taniaahmed/art-journal/ for inspiration.


10. Gratitude Journal

A gratitude journal is a place to record everything you are thankful for. You can write down one thing you are thankful for everyday or you can pick and choose experiences and privileges you are grateful to have. Check out https://www.pinterest.ca for inspiration.


Happy journaling everyone! Send in pictures of your journals to qteen.net for a chance to be featured.


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