V< N: journal
‘write (in) a journal, keep a journal’
NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday 7/31/10: Are you journaling today?
[OED2] Chiefly in pa. pple. journaled.
1. trans. To record in a journal.
1803 J. KENNY Society 107 Oft o’er the journal’d tale she cast her eye. 1892 Idler May 461 His journaled impressions of America.
But: 7/31/10 many ghits for other forms, in particular BSE and PRP:
How to Journal for Therapy
Journaling is a great way to process everything that you’re going through, both high and low. Regularly keeping track of your emotions and the events of your life can serve as a barometer of your habits, strengths and tendencies. (link)
THE ULTIMATE IN JOURNALING INSPIRATION!
Journal keeping is a way to enhance your personal life and develop your professional career. We’ll look at journaling tips, prompts, quotes, books about journaling, orther journal keepers and workshops to intentionally invite the still voice of intuition into your writing. (link)