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How to Start a Seasonal Journal

Writing has always fascinated me. But even for those who are not interested in literature or becoming an author, writing is a beneficial tool to deal with overwhelming emotions and high-stress levels.

Journaling has helped me to control my anxiety in those moments when I have too much on my mind. It has been a great opportunity for self-talk and a big help to put my thoughts in order and declutter my mind a bit.

I used to think that I didn’t have the time to do it. I was convinced that it was better to keep working, creating content and being productive instead of taking some minutes off for journaling. However, I then realized that I wouldn’t be productive or creative when my mind and thoughts were in such a messy state!

I started my journal at the beginning of winter, and I felt drawn to write about snow and changes in nature. That was when I decided to start a seasonal journal and write about myself and my relationship with nature. It has certainly deepened my bond with it.

I like to divide my journal into the four seasons and write down how I feel and how nature changes throughout the year. But you can also use these ideas for a single page in your journal.

  • Divide your journal into the four seasons.

  • Use colours and doodles that represent the seasons.

  • Write down the changes you observe in nature.

  • Make a list of the activities you want to do in each season.

  • Research and write seasonal fruits and vegetables.

  • Describe your feelings in every season.

I hope these prompts inspire you to start journaling! It is a great way to clear your head and set intentions towards your goals and dreams.

I wish you a magical and wonderful day!

With love,


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