How do you write a reflective journal?


A reflective journal is a very casual thing to write because you are strictly writing it for your own use. Think back over your day and decide what occurrences are worth remembering, what you want to think more on, and what you want to work on. You can set your journal up so that you answer all three of the statements (or whichever statements most reflect what you want out of your journal).
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1. Determine which kind of journal you should use. There are small and extra-large journals, thin or thick journals. You can use anything from a plain subject notebook to a fancy
1. Find something that can become your journal. You can use a notebook, legal pad, blank book, word processor, journaling application like Red Notebook, or you can also buy journals
Writing a journal on sports mean - like you have to write about a famous sports person in your own words , describing how remarkable he/she is , sticking a picture of him or her ,
If it's just for general reflection, try to pick a time at the end of each day to think about only one thing that you want to tell yourself tomorrow, assuming you will get amnesia
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How to Write a Reflective Journal
Whether you are interested in creating a reflective journal to improve your writing or any other part of your life, the pages you fill can become a participatory element in your daily routine. Each time you sit down to write, you are embarking on a... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
A reflective journal is a daily log of your activities, as well as your response to your actions. Ideally, you will start to think about your actions in a more responsible way after being forced to review them daily.
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