I found this on Pinterest (thanks to Katie Nelson), and I think it's a good resource for journaling:
This is Me Challenge
I don't have a lack of pages about me, thanks to Cathy Zielske's Me The Abridged Version class, and numerous other challenges/projects. But I do think this is a good way to jot down little details about my life that might (or might not) be of interest to others some day.
I plan on doing this in my junk journal, in a not-too-committed way. I started junk journaling due to the Got Glue? class at Creative Passion Classes. I've decided it's a great spot to play. Paint, ink, stamps, oil pastels, water colors, anything goes, along with journaling and small ephemera from my life. It's where I plan on sticking odd bits of my life that I don't really want to make a scrapbook page for.
I'm using a small Moleskine book for my junk journal, but when it's full, I'm definitely going bigger. I think buying small was my way of keeping it manageable to start out with, since I was not convinced this project would stick with me. Thanks, Trish, for the push to get this going. Since I scrap almost entirely digitally, I'm really enjoying having my paints and inks out and making a mess in a very free way, with no expectations about the end result.
I might post some of them here as well, at least once in awhile.