I work with lots of people who are interested in starting to journal for themselves but are unsure where or how to get started. I suggest start with exactly where you are in the moment. Get your tools for journaling together – a fast moving pen, a favourite notebook (line or unlined) and create the time for your journaling date (15 minutes is good – make it amount of time that is doable within your current reality).
A blank page can feel like a daunting space for both new journal writers and seasoned writers alike – it can help to have a prompt, or way into the page..
Read Lynda's entire article Journal writing prompts to help you go to the page
Lynda Monk, our official Self-Care Expert