Who, What, Where, When and Why
The 5 simple things to include in your journaling! Keeping it basic is a great way to get the facts down and leave it at that. A classic example of this type of journaling is to write the information on strips of paper and place on your layout.
Simplicity is key when you’re up against it time-wise, so this technique helps with that, but lacks the detail of why… in other words, the “emotion”. So often heartfelt journaling tugs at heart strings and/or the reader can identify with the scrapbooker much more.
Many people find it difficult to open up and write it down for all to see (which is when hidden journaling helps) so “just the facts” journaling is helpful to those people.
But if you want is quick… keep it basic.