Journaling works best when it's totally frictionless, and you're able to just write down whatever's on your mind. Here are some tips for stream-of-consciousness journaling with exegesis.
To start, just write down whatever's on your mind. That could be tasks you need to get done, random shower thoughts, business ideas, conversations you had with a friend - anything.
Use tags to organize afterwards. You can leave tags by using the # key, or by selecting text and inputting tags.
Later, when you want to find those todo tasks, random shower thoughts, business ideas, and conversations you wrote down earlier, you can use the tag browser.
One fun thing to record in a journal are things you feel grateful for. By leaving a gratitude tag in your daily journal entries, you can keep track of the things in your life you feel thankful for.
Some people enjoy using a tag to keep track of general personal reflections on their lives.
It can also be fun to keep a tag keeping track of goals you have.
Keeping a quotes tag can help you keep track of nice quotes you come across.
When you're feeling reflective, use the tag browser to return to browse through your goals, personal reflections, and the things you feel grateful for.