Journaling and athletics may seem like interests that don’t have much in common since the stereotypical image of a person keeping a journal is usually a bookish introvert without much interest in sports. However, journaling is surprisingly popular among the most successful people in all sorts of fields, including athletics.
Journaling has always been around as a way of documenting life events, storing secrets and feelings, or clearing the mind and organizing thoughts. For the many roles a journal can play, it is no wonder so many people set out with the goal of keeping one. The expectations and goals you set for your journaling can play an important part in sticking to the habit.