Take 15 minutes to write down how your day is progressing.
Make observations of things which you found interesting. Write any frustrations or ideas you have. Scribble and doodle if you feel the desire.
Try and capture any thoughts which you have held in your mind.
Keeping a journal isn’t necessarily like keeping a diary. Journalling is a more free form of writing — less about recording events, more about externalising feelings. It’s a chance to be reflective, go deeper with your own thoughts. It’s also a place to share what’s exciting you, interesting you, scaring you — taking it out of your head and getting it onto paper.