Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys
A 2014 Statista study in the United Kingdom found that 21% of children and young adults write in a diary. Of female respondents, 30.7% reported writing in a journal. This is significantly lower than in 1996 reports, where 50% of people interviewed were actively writing in a diary weekly.
In 2022, fewer people than ever will keep a journal. This is usually because the writer doesn’t feel they have enough time or sees a point in collecting their own thoughts with the intention of reading them later. There’s also the assumption that journaling isn’t gratifying or any fun.
However, there are plenty of great reasons for anyone to keep a journal, especially students, even if they’re confused about how to start or what benefits they receive from writing every day.Read More