Cam Adair 5086 Posted November 5, 2016 Share Posted November 5, 2016 (edited) Hey everyone!Welcome to the Daily Journals section. Journaling is one of the most powerful tools for your recovery, it will help you process your emotions and clarify your thinking. It will help you reflect on what's most important to you."All I can say is that making this daily journal has had a huge impact. It's become an accountability habit.” - ors_tyrael"The journal process is definitely powerful.” - Caged Bliss"I'm also very thankful that I found this community. Since I started with that journal I'm feeling more responsible for my life." - TomHere are a few guidelines:Make it a daily habit. You don't have to write a lot, but posting daily will become a foundational habit for you to build your life upon. Daily journaling helps to build positive momentum in your life.Consistency is more important than quantity. You don't have to write a novel every time, a paragraph is more than enough!You get what you give. Getting involved in the community by reading others journals and sharing any thoughts or feedback will encourage others to read and interact with yours. I recommend to pick three journals and reply to those. Game Quitters is a community. Participate and get involved. It's not just about you. "By far the best thing I've done is getting active in this forum." - Tom"I want to thank All of you guys before getting back to my school life. Game Quitters has been an indescribable help for me the past year. Having a forum where I can come together with likeminded and oriented people helps me to keep a direction in my life that I want. Thank You!" - Spinips"I've always thought I was alone in this, and now I know I'm not. And that motivates me to finally move on from gaming and succeed in life instead." - Mark"Thanks, GameQuitters, for being a safe, transformational space.""I didn't realize how much I needed the community. If you weren't here, I'd be back to my old tricks. Literally the act of writing and sharing here prevents me from gaming. It's like the last line of defense."Below you will find a few templates from members who have come before you. As you can see, many members like to keep a gratitude list (highly recommended) and a tab of their daily habits. Feel free to adapt any of these templates to your own liking.via @SpiNips:Hello! Today I'm grateful for: via @AlexTheGrape:Day # Gratitude journal One amazing thing that happened/I did today Workout/run Meditation Visualisation Daily affirmation Reading + taking notes Getting to bed before 9pm Weekly Goal(s) Monthly Goal 3 Month Goal What went well today: What I could have done to make my day better: What I will do differently tomorrow: via @Dannigan:DAY # - Time I woke up: Time I went to sleep yesterday: Physical task: Mental task: Projects: Miscellaneous accomplishments: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Summary of Day #: What I am grateful for today:~ ~ ~ ~ Over and out! Happy Journaling! I will be following along. Edited November 5, 2016 by Cam Adair 4 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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