Examen.Me. (HT Amy at A Call to Adventure). You can follow several Reading Plans or the Scripture Readings of the day. I am not very good at journalling meditatively but something about the presentation of this site allows me to ponder on Scripture more carefully than I usually do.
Since I wouldn't want to write a one-paragraph post I want to mention that I have memorized two Psalms! That was one of my goals for this year. I recite them to myself before I start my Rosary. I hope to memorize all 150 before I die. The Rosary used to be called Our Lady's Psalter because it has 150 prayers in parallel with the Psalms and it allows even illiterate people or workers who can't carry around a book to meditate on Our Lord's life, of which many of the Psalms are a foreshadowing, of course.
I have always loved King David and seeing the Messiah through his prophetic vision, mind and heart helps enrich my imagination in reference to the Life of Our Lord --- unfortunately when you were raised in Christian America you can hardly help all these stereotypical, almost cartoony images and snatches of third-rate songs coming into your mind when you try to think of Christ's life and work. With the Psalms, you can step out of all that into a more spacious place. So even if I only manage to memorize 12 Psalms a year -- hmm, that means close to 15 years and I am already scared of Psalm 119 even though I won't get there till I am about 60 -- it will be worth it.