Journaling is awesome.
-It's important to get journaling software that fits you - just as it's important to do all the feng shui stuff or whatever to your personal workspace, giving yourself a positive software environment to work in helps.
-I tried TheJournal a while back and found it generally much better than most journal software. Though, since then, I've switched to OneNote (it's not specifcally for journaling, but it's where I keep ALL my ideas, lists, information, etc...)
-Read this book: Amazon.com: Journal to the Self: Twenty-Two Paths to Personal Growth - Open the Door to Self-Understanding by Reading, Writing, and Creating a Journal of Your Life: Books: Kathleen Adams
. I think it contains a lot of ideas that stevepavlina.com readers would love.