I can usually remember my dreams so the only dream journal I keep is in my head. Memorizing them doesn't help me lucid dream though unfortunately, and I don't think I ever will have the ability to ;_;
Anyway I think it's interesting how you can piece together parts from your dreams with past experiences (if you're lucid dreaming this probably won't happen as well). For example, everything you've done, seen, thought, heard, etc. from yesterday to a week or two ago is put together into one unique dream. Sometimes it's so unique I can't figure out if my brain just dreamt it up with or without prior memories. Definitely keep a journal and try it out OP.>>318>From all that I deduce that dreaming and lucid dreaming is all about wanting to and giving it time.
This. I can't lucid dream, but usually when I want to dream I tell myself that I'll be looking forward to tonight's dream and I end up dreaming most of the time.