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35 Greatest Quotes On Journaling And Sayings

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Inspiring quotes to light up the bullet journal: quotes from legendary authors to begin journaling. May these quotations inspire you to write every day and be the person you can be. Selected quotes on journaling to inspire you to start reading your journal.

Greatest quotes on journaling and sayings

1. “Before she married my father, my mother was a film reviewer for The Akron Beacon Journal – a small newspaper.” — Jim Jarmusch

2. “I had been a foreign correspondent in Japan for the ‘Wall Street Journal’ when my editor there became Washington bureau chief – this was 2007 – and he said, ‘How would you like to go to Iowa and cover Hillary Clinton?’ I was 28. I went to Iowa.” — Amy Chozick

3. “Keep a journal, and learn how to see how you as individuals see the information so you can learn your sign language. Meditate and practice psychic self-defense and surrounding yourself with prayer.” — John Edward

4. “It is common, and encouraged by many journals, for research to be judged by the impact factor of the journal that publishes it. But as a journal’s score is an average, it says little about the quality of any individual piece of research.” — Randy Schekman

5. “A lot of people don’t like to spend money on a journal because they’re afraid to wreck it, which is understandable. I buy beautifully made leather-bound journals because I have lost my fear of the blank page.” — Keri Smith

6. “When I was about 8, I used to go into one of the rooms in the mansion, and I would open a magazine like the ‘Ladies Home Journal,’ and I would see these characters on the pages and then become them, talking back and forth.” — Elizabeth Wilson

7. “I didn’t have my journals, but my mother kept a journal while I was in the hospital, and my father wrote newsletters to keep friends and family updated on my progress.” — Brent Runyon

8. “I love going to the movies and being moved emotionally. I like my work, singing and writing in my journal.” — Elizabeth Daily

9. “That was in the days when everyone rode a bicycle, and the journal had a circulation of over one hundred and twenty-five thousand weekly, so my verses and illustrations became known to a fairly large public.” — Joseph C. Lincoln

10. “I didn’t know until high school that I was interested in writing in any real way. But there was this boy that I had a crush on, and I used to tell him all the time what I felt about him. Finally, he gave me a blank journal and said to write it all down – and it didn’t take me very long to realize how much I loved writing.” — Cristina Henriquez

Inspirational quotes for your bullet journal

11. “We’re drawn to making our mark, leaving a record to show we were here, and a journal is a great place to do it. Once you start drawing, writing, and gluing stuff in every day, it can quickly become a habit – addictive, even. Your attitude should be: ‘I can do this, but I mustn’t make it too intimidating.’” — Keri Smith

12. “Well, I always wanted to write from the time I was very little, and my mother encouraged me. She wrote a journal from the time she was 15 up until about the age of 76.” — Francine Rivers

13. “It helps to write as the character that I am trying to be, and try to journal every day as them. Once I’ve already recorded thoughts as this person, it’s easier to just flip back through and be like, ‘Oh, yeah, this is what she’s thinking; this is what she’s feeling.’” — Brianna Hildebrand

14. “For almost every novel I’ve written, I’ve read the daily newspaper of the time almost as if it were my current subscription. For ‘Two Moons,’ which was set in 1877, I think I read just about every day of the ‘Washington Evening Star’ for that year. For ‘Henry and Clara,’ I read the ‘Albany Evening Journal’ of the time.” — Thomas Mallon

15. “They’d rather see Scooby-Doo or Spongebob than Daddy talking about the latest Wall Street Journal editorial. You do what you have to do to get your kids ready for school.” — Joe Scarborough

16. “When we saw our plane on TV as breaking news, it was the most surreal experience. A lot of the women were crying. There was a gentleman who was writing in his journal and crying. Seeing that isn’t easy.” — Taryn Manning

17. “I was an angsty journal writing kid.” — Justin Halpern

18. “Oh, I don’t keep a journal. How you remember an incident is dictated by your emotional state at the time. How you receive the information that is coming in is based on your history and who you are.” — Alexandra Fuller

19. “As the Wall Street Journal called our economic plan, supply-side economics for the working man is resonating in Minnesota and here in Missouri and across this country.” — Rick Santorum

20. “I started my career at the Wall Street Journal, before moving on to CNBC and NBC.” — Martha MacCallum

Inspirational journaling quotes about writing down your thoughts

21. “I carry around a black leather Moleskine journal all the time. And I always write ideas down, especially when I’m on set and working with actors like Jeremy Irons and Viola Davis and learning from them.” — Alden Ehrenreich

22. “I write in a journal first, briefly. Then read something I’ve read many times before, for about half an hour, then rework what I wrote the day before.” — Kent Haruf

23. “I journal at four or five in the morning.” — Nadya Suleman

24. “Don’t forget that Rupert Murdoch has always regarded the Op-Ed pages of ‘The Wall Street Journal’ – as he’s said to me – like a cup of strong caffeine that gets you going in the morning and tells you what to think.” — Andrew Neil

25. “I don’t keep a diary or a journal. Sometimes I’ll send emails to friends, and that’s a way of recording what I was thinking at any given time. But I’ve never been a journal keeper.” — Meghan Daum

26. “I’ve kept a journal since I was 15. And I feel like it’s been crucial to who I’ve become and trying to maintain stuff, a sense of who I am just for myself and not for other people.” — Tavi Gevinson

27. “When I’m between projects, I keep a journal I call a ‘thought log,’ and it’s my practice to write down whatever interests me.” — Laura van den Berg

28. “When you work at ‘The Wall Street Journal,’ the coins of the realm are truth and trust – the latter flowing exclusively from the former.” — Bret Stephens

29. “I was pretty troubled for a long time. And I didn’t know that. As a kid, I never talked about my emotions. My mom gave me a journal, but I didn’t know what it meant. I just wrote all the time, not even thinking about it. But it also made me feel better.” — Sharon Van Etten

30. “I have a lyric journal that I write in a lot. When I’m going to play, I just sit down and have my books with me and my notes and tapes and whatever I need to refer to. I just play and try different things. It’s a kind of discipline.” — Amy Ray

Motivational quotes journal thoughts about journaling

31. “No one in my family wrote. And there was no real introduction. I suppose I somehow blundered into it when I was about six or seven years old. I was asked what present I would like, and, without knowing why, I responded that I would like a journal. It was a beautiful journal – so beautiful that I didn’t want to sully it.” — Imre Kertesz

32. “I take photos, I used to make films, I journal incessantly, and I value the documentation of life. Because it’s almost like you are making something special by wanting to make it exist in an object – on paper or even just in the computer – making these recordings, making this music.” — Lucy Dacus

33. “I still can’t manage to keep a journal, and people have been telling me to since the fourth grade.” — John Darnielle

34. “I have a journal, and every character that I play, I write as the character: how I feel about things and how I’m going to play it.” — Julia Garner

35. “I have on my wall right now a front page of the ‘Journal’ from January 1991, when I co-wrote a front-page story about Iraq firing missiles at Israel. By October, I was writing about tech products.” — Walt Mossberg

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