I've heard (read) many authors, photographers, photojournalists, lyricists, teachers and mothers say that journaling is the expression of the mind in a hurry-- wanting to capture every moment of truth--so significant, to remember, capture and filed in the archive of memories. Is/are your journal/s short and sweet? Are they sort of snippets of the important-words-so-you-will-not forget?: Provided that you will remember which notebook. Are yours similar to a busy journal that has kept long and short thoughts, outlined points, photos, encircled/highlighted news, mind-maps and opinions? Do you have journals that keep a lot of your reasonings to your own whys in life that you try to convince yourself with clear answers? I think, it's good to keep journals and write articles from those treasures we've kept for so long.