In your circle of friends, not everyone wants to start a blog. Not everyone loves journaling, but there will always be a 1% chance to have a friend who is fond of journaling or blogging.
A journal is your personal space to reflect, share, and write down everything going on in your mind and your life. You write here your day-to-day stories, goals, to-do lists, reminders, ideas, and more. Sometimes, an introverted person prefers writing everything in their journal instead of telling it to their friends. Because in the journal, the trust is there that whatever you write, whatever your ideas, whatever your problems, will only remain in your journal.
A blog is a modern journal. It is an online journal/diary that you can also express your thoughts, feelings, ideas, information, and many that you want to share with other people. However, blogging is commonly a visible publication to gain views/visitors and earn money. For you to write privately, you can limit your viewers’ settings to invited people only.
Blogging and journaling help me in every way possible. Whenever I’m online or offline, I know I have a platform and notebook that I can use. It makes me productive for the day and boosts my mood and mentality.