To get started, buy a notebook, start a computer file, create an easy private blog or use the journaling feature on aPrayer.
Date each entry for each day. Each entry should be at least two or three paragraphs or a page or two in length.
Write your first entry on the process of starting your journal.
Write your second entry on your first impressions journaling. Then take off on your own.
Read and reread your entries so that you can see your own development.
For more, Mark Cooper, Reflection: Getting Learning Out of Serving, Florida International University.