Daily Journaling Template Updated, 2019-10
Friday October 11, 2019
I just published some updates to my daily journaling template: Daily Journaling Template, Markdown Format, October 2019
The updates include:
- Rearrangement of the Schedule, To-Do, and Other sections to be close to one another for added efficiency
- Added Optional Activities footnote, as a reminder of other ways of attending to one’s situation
- Simple tip on using the To-Do section (include want-to items; start anywhere)
- Added additional spacing under Other, to free things up a bit
This template now takes a pretty good stab at covering all of the Jungian cognitive functions. That was not my goal to start with, but I’m not surprised that it ended up this way. As a result, I think it can help provide additional balance that may be lacking in a daily routine.
I continue to use this template myself, and find that it has become one of my most useful tools for near-instant stress relief. Over time, this habit also tends to build a pool of documentation which can be used for knowledge capture.
Things on my mind lately, 2023-12 yearly wrap-up edition →
When My Words Meet Your Mental Stageplay →
A quick way to get more creative coding control with ChatGPT →
Why it can be a good idea to say "Thank You" to ChatGPT →
Let's Talk Zuckerberg and BJJ, and What That Says →
Things I Made for You
Own your procrastination with Whole Productivity, a new system → Get my free INTJ COVID-19 Guide → Explore your gifts with my INTJ Workbook → Other Publications → ...and the fake word of the hour: "Hoest." I think this is related to ...well, I'm not sure.