Journaling to improve your Japanese and maybe even your life

Isaac Newton did it

Abraham Lincoln and Andy Warhol did it

Leonardo Da Vinci, Marcus Aurelius, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Ernest Hemingway, George Bernard Shaw and Maya Angelou did it. 

And if you want your Japanese to improve, I highly recommend you do it to. What’s that?

Journaling.

Journaling in Japanese will help you practice formulating sentences. 

What can you journal about? 

It can be anything. But the best thing to do is write down things you do or have to do in daily life. 

If it is related to your daily life, and you can force yourself to do it consistently, it will be come a habit. 

Here is my sample journal:

 

I’m not perfect, so I leave a space between lines to correct my kanji, etc.

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