Writing styles vary greatly:
- Descriptive writing is about what, when and who was part of the experience.
- Expressive writing is about how you think, feel or what you noticed.
- Analytical writing allows you to explain how something happened or why.
- Reflective writing combines expressive and analytical writing.
So-called “Morning Pages” is another form of diary writing which is becoming popular. Just after waking up, you should write three pages, long-hand, without thinking, analysing or stressing about what you write.
What matters is that you write, not what you write. Whatever is on your mind will spill out onto the pages, and there is no need to reread them. It’s writing for the sake of writing.
We at hiMoment believe there is great value in writing for the sake of writing, but we want to take it a step further: use your moments to boost your happiness.
Technology has also changed journaling. Instead of hand-writing we can now document digitally and even take photos.
hiMoment even takes it a step further than just collecting your moments.
The hiMoment journal is interactive and trains you using your own memories, and as a plus you never know which moment you will rediscover when.
hiMoment reinvented journaling to make it
and most importantly: help you focus on what matters to you most.