Fragments from imaginary dialogues
“What if your journal had a table of contents?
Journaling in essence is preserving aspects of your history. The items of the table of contents clarify the aspects you deem worth preserving.“
“I love the idea.“
“What would the table of contents of your journal look like?“
“So far, like this:
Experiences Journal – resource experiences
– Beautiful Experiences
– Storyworthy Moments – experiences I can tell a story about
– Turnarounds – situations where I beautifully recovered balance
– Optimization Journal – life optimization, but not only
– Implementation Journal – you grow through the ideas you implement, not those you read
Ideas Journal – I love playing with ideas
“How might you implement it?“
“I keep my journal in Logseq [<link]. I can create a template for it.
Whenever I write something in the journal, I can add it within the corresponding category.“