40 Inspirational Quotes About Journaling

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A professional journal is a perfect place to create. It’s a great place to visualize, experience, explore, grow, recall, dream. Inspirational Quotes to Start The Bullet Journal: Thank you for the tutorials. I’m set Dear Future. Good pick. May these quotations inspire you to write every day and be the person you can be. Below are some 42 quotes on journaling selected to inspire you to keep reading your journal.

Inspirational quotes about journaling

1. “The New England Journal of Medicine reports that 9 out of 10 doctors agree that 1 out of 10 doctors is an idiot.” — Jay Leno

2. “I don’t journal that much, honestly.” — Tommy Caldwell

3. “I journal a lot for nobody but myself. Just to get my thoughts out and to clear my mind. That’s very therapeutic to me.” — Lili Reinhart

4. “If you are a natural scientist, a publication the journal Science carries enormous prestige.” — Abhijit Banerjee

5. “From the beginning, my songwriting was from writing in a journal; it was completely unfiltered. I don’t know if I really meant to show everyone this side of me, but when I saw how people resonated with the things I was saying, some of the questions I was asking, I realized I was not alone.” — Tyler Joseph

6. “I had a nice part in big newspapers, small newspapers, and then I went to a very big newspaper – ‘The Wall Street Journal.’ I wrote longer pieces, and I got tired of working so hard on stories that had a shelf life of essentially one day. So then I started working on longer magazine pieces and realized then that you might as well be writing a book.” — Erik Larson

7. “I keep a journal, and every day I write down one great play that I had that day. I don’t write down any negatives.” — Heather O’Reilly

8. “Once you’re done being president, you tend to want to defend your record more than plumb your inner feelings. I find it hard to imagine Obama going home at night and writing sensitive, introspective journal entries about his meeting with John Boehner.” — Gail Collins

9. “I did go on safari in Kenya when I was 17, with my mother, stepfather and little brother, and I kept a careful journal of the experience that was very helpful in terms of my sensory impressions of Africa. I have traveled quite a bit at distinct times in my life, though now that I have kids I’ve settled down.” — Jennifer Egan

10. “I sometimes start keeping a journal about the writing process itself. Particularly when I get the ideas, and I am trying to brood over the chaos phase. In writing a novel, you really have to brood over a lot of chaos of ideas and possibilities.” — Sue Monk Kidd

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11. “In a polling conducted by the Wall Street Journal, 11 out of 12 Americans said they oppose the taking of private property, even if it is for public economic good.” — Jim Ryun

12. “I think the word ‘blog’ is an ugly word. I just don’t know why people can’t use the word ‘journal.’” — Moby

13. “I’ve done projects where I’ve read 25 books and did all kinds of journal and character work for hours.” — Mark Pellegrino

14. “We sometimes think that the best doctors are the ones who have the most specialized knowledge or the fanciest degrees, but in fact, study upon study, including one published in the ‘New England Journal of Medicine,’ shows that the best doctors are the ones who also know how to connect with their patients.” — Shawn Achor

15. “I’ve been keeping a journal since I was in the seventh grade.” — Jenifer Lewis

16. “My diagnosis had been discussed in almost every major medical journal, including the ‘New England Journal of Medicine,’ and ‘The New York Times.’” — Susannah Cahalan

17. “One of the greatest technicians of all time was a man named W. D. Gann (1878-1955). He had tremendous success in predicting market moves much in advance. Legend has it that he occasionally sent notes to ‘The Wall Street Journal’, which accurately predicted tops and bottoms in grain markets months ahead of time.” — Rick Santelli

18. “Murdoch paid too much for the Wall Street Journal even when he didn’t have any competition.” — Sumner Redstone

19. “There are times when you might have a bad training session or a bad day, and although I would often go to a team-mate to have a chat if that were the case, it’s also great to have the option of expressing your thoughts in a journal if you don’t want to bother anyone.” — Millie Bright

20. “In market research, I did at Microsoft Corp. in the early 1990s, I estimated that the ‘Wall Street Journal’ took in about 75 cents per copy from subscribers, $1.25 at the newsstand and a whopping $5 per copy from ads. The ad revenue let them run a far bigger newsroom than subscribers were paying for.” — Nathan Myhrvold

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21. “I think a lot of journal articles should really be blogs.” — Nate Silver

22. “Because being CEO can feel lonely, I journal religiously as a way to express my thoughts, feelings, and aspirations. Looking back at earlier entries helps me reflect on challenges and celebrate progress and successes.” — Rana el Kaliouby

23. “Some journal writers choose to password-protect their site, which is either an incredibly responsible act or a paranoid one.” — Jami Attenberg

24. “Two opposite and instructive figures in U.S. journalism during the Trump years are Gerard Baker, editor of the Wall Street Journal, and Martin Baron, editor of the Washington Post.” — Michael Wolff

25. “I get ‘USA Today,’ the ‘New York Times,’ ‘Wall Street Journal’ and the ‘Star-Telegram’ at my doorstep. I can’t do without them.” — Dan Jenkins

26. “Keeping a journal is the number-one best way to develop your written voice.” — Camille Perri

27. “I wrote my first real murder story as a journalist for the Daytona Beach News-Journal in 1980. It was about a body found in the woods. Later, the murder was linked to a serial killer who was later caught and executed for his crimes.” — Michael Connelly

28. “You will find that every successful entrepreneur has suffered many setbacks. These entrepreneurs just forget to mention these when they are doing interviews with the ‘Wall Street Journal’ or Bloomberg TV.” — Vivek Wadhwa

29. “I listen to a lot of audiobooks and business-related books. All of the great businessmen have one thing in common: they write down their goals. They keep a journal. Not only that, but I write down my goals, and I check it off: whether or not I ate right, work out, check it off.” — Jinder Mahal

30. “I throw ideas out into the open when I really should just be writing them down in a journal.” — Dan Deacon

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31. “My grandfather used to write one sentence every day in his journal: ‘I love Anne more than ever today.’ I think that was his meditation – keeping him in his marriage, and also his appreciation for it. It was very touching.” — Justin Theroux

32. “CBS’s Major Garrett writes in ‘National Journal’ about a new version of the ‘stray voltage’ theory of communication in which the president purposefully overstates his case knowing that it will create controversy.” — John Dickerson

33. “Sitting in the Oval Office, beneath a painting of George Washington, with a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. over his right shoulder and a bust of Abraham Lincoln over his left shoulder, Obama told the ‘National Journal’ that the country’s economic woes are deep and endemic.” — Ron Fournier

34. “It’s nearly impossible to believe just how provincial the wine world was in 1978, the year I launched my journal, ‘The Wine Advocate.’ There were no wines exported from New Zealand and virtually none from Australia (including Penfolds Grange, one of the greatest wines in existence).” — Robert M. Parker, Jr.

35. “I started at the ‘Wall Street Journal Report’ as a production assistant typing chyrons and rolling the teleprompter, and then I became a producer, producing stories in the field, then the show’s line producer.” — Martha MacCallum

36. “When I was about 13, and I would write in my journal, I’d be like, ‘I just watched ‘Spice World,’ the Spice Girls movie, and I loved it.’ Sometimes I would sign them with the name Xen.” — Arca

37. “My sister’s journal was the romantic one with boys, and mine was talking about my rock tumbler. We were so different and so similar.” — Paula Pell

38. “When you become fluent with the language, it means you can write an entry in your journal or tell a joke to someone or write a letter to a friend. And it’s similar to new technologies.” — Mitchel Resnick

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