If you want to start journaling daily, finding a relaxing place to do it will help. While you don’t need to have an entire room dedicated to journaling, you do want to have a comfy space you can retreat to. Here, you’ll discover some great tips for creating a relaxing place to journal.
Choose a quiet space.
The first thing to focus on when looking for the perfect journaling space is whether it is quiet. You will need a quiet area to write to get your thoughts and feelings down onto the paper.
If you have kids, you can do it when they are in bed, or you could create a quiet space in your bedroom where you won’t be disturbed. You can journal anywhere that is comfortable and quiet. It could even be an outdoor space in warmer weather.
Eliminate any clutter.
Wherever you choose to base your journaling space, it’s essential to eliminate any clutter. A room that is cluttered can also cause our mind to become cluttered. So, please clean up the area and make sure it is organized.
The more organized your journaling space, the easier it will be to write.
Add a plant to the space.
You will want to make your journaling space as pleasant as you can. It means it should be visually appealing as well as comfortable. Adding a plant to the area can help to give it a sense of calm and tranquility. There are hundreds of different types of plants, ensuring there is one to match your preferences.
Plants also improve air quality, boosting the oxygen within the space. Not all plants will increase air quality, so look specifically for plants with this feature if you want to gain the most benefits.
Utilize the power of scent.
When you write, you can control how you feel with the power of scent. You can create a relaxing, calming space by using a Lavender scent. Or you can improve your focus and concentration with a citrus scent.
Think about a scent that helps you to feel calmer and more focused. Whatever smell you love, if you add it to your journaling routine, you’ll look forward to doing it.
Have comfortable seating available.
Another thing you’ll want to focus on is comfortable seating. You will not want to write, or at least write for long, if you don’t have a comfortable seat. You could write on your bed or an ergonomic office chair. Some people also prefer to write on a giant, oversized beanbag. The more comfortable your writing space, the longer you will likely stick to it.
It isn’t hard to create a relaxing space for journaling. Whether you do it at a desk in your office or while sitting on your bed, the above tips will help you create the best space.
Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.