...was my life for awhile. And it was one of the best things I ever decided to do. 2 years ago
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For anyone with a mac or iOS device, I highly recommend Day One. It uses Dropbox for syncing. This is really helpful to make writing more accessible and harder to lose. I can write something while out and not worry about keeping up with anything beyond what I already have on me.
After using it for most of this year, I finally got around to importing entries from another app that I hoped would improve the past couple years but has remained messy.
http://dayoneapp.com/ 2 years ago
I’ve journaled somewhat regularly for the past 13 years.
I want to continue this and try to better capture important ongoings, stages, lessons in order to best learn and apply what I’ve seen and been through. 2 years ago
I have sooooooo much trouble with this. I bounce around from site to site. Hopefully, tumblrs here to stay (Probably not).
I want to set up a site, preferably private? Just so I don’t have to carry journal’s around. I have always had terrible luck with physical journals.
Hopefully, I can make this creative and fun. Photoshop maybe? 2 years ago
I always forget how therapeutic this can be for me. I usually only do this when I am feeling sad or frustrated, but I realize that doing it even when I am up, helps me to stay in aware of myself and my emotions. 2 years ago