Written by Tijana - Reviewed by Tanja Google Workplace / Docs
Google Docs is a great choice for keeping a daily journal. If you take into consideration the number of paper notebooks you’ve bought to start journaling, but never started to, you might ultimately make the decision to switch to Google Docs journaling.
In any case, if you’re ready to stop collecting notebooks and start using the Google Docs journal template to record the problems, ideas, dreams, thoughts, and feelings that cross your mind every day - you might be onto something.
In addition, contrary to popular belief, journaling involves more than just opening a page and penning thoughts.
Hence, if you want to make a Google Docs diary template, but you’re unsure how to make one, and how to use it - keep reading below!
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Note: If the blue links aren’t getting enabled, make sure to select all relevant text and switch it to one of the six available heading types in your Google Docs document.
Moreover, you can use Heading 3 and Heading 4 to enter dates, and important subtitles.
After making these adjustments, you can switch the colors and fonts, or add images to make your free journal more enjoyable.
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You can check out and scrape the Internet for more free pre-made Google Docs journaling templates - bullet journals, aesthetic ones, photo journals, and many more.
There are plenty of template websites where you will surely find something suitable to your taste.
Creating a gratitude journal can help you look back on all the progress you have made, and there are plenty of ways to keep track of your e-journaling.
In this article, you can find both the step-by-step process for creating your own journal, or where to find pre-made journal templates.
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