Month: March 2012

Let’s Be Honest Here: Have You Ever Erased Something From Your Journal or Diary?

I know I am tip-toeing in taboo land with this, but I know I’m not the first one to dwell on it. What place does erasing/crumpling/burning/ripping/deleting have in journaling?┬áMany who preach this practice usually point out that true journaling is free and careless. It is honest, open and true. What is written is who you are and should remain. A better way to understand this issue is to think of the opposite. What if your favorite way to journal was with a pencil and fat eraser? What if you thought about carefully crafting your words before writing them and...

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When It Comes To Journaling, The Medium Just Doesn’t Matter

Easy Journaling is built with the purpose to make- wait for it- journaling easier. Of course this has turned into a heavy emphasis on taking part in the practice with digital means which is usually things like smartphones, tablets and computers. This doesn’t necessarily mean that journaling is easier if done digitally. This is just the result of, in my own experience, if I don’t keep a journal electronically in my currently busy life, I don’t keep one at all. If you notice the poll to the right of this post, you will see a simple question with a...

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Journal App Review: I Journal For Android (It’s Free Too!)

Some journal applications come out of the box with a little more direction to how you should write your entries. I Journal for Android is just one of those as it is set up around Shawn Achor’s book, The Happiness Advantage. I Journal is based around the same four core principles as the book: – journaling as a means of moving from task-based activities to meaning-based activities – write down something you are grateful for every day: gain a more positive perspective on life – record how you exercise: boosts your mood and enhances your work performance – capture...

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Top 5 Free iPad Journals/Diaries

Looking for the best journal app for you? Try our free journal recommendation tool! The iPad continues to grow in popularity as the apps available increase every day. If you have ever wanted to turn your iPad into your own personal journal, you are not alone. There are dozens of great apps available, and fortunately, they don’t have to break the bank to get started. In fact, if you can handle the occasional iAds or missing functionality, there are actually some decent journals for the iPad that are absolutely free. This is the top 5 along with important information....

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Journal For Proven Productivity- Guest Post By The Founder Of The Easiest Journal Of Them All, iDoneThis

The purpose of Easy Journaling is simple- make journal and diary keeping easier through modern applications and services for your smartphones, tablets and computers. Today I have a guest post from someone spearheading a movement that is perhaps the easiest way to journal available. How easy you ask? What if all you had to do was respond to an email once a day, explaining what you had accomplished. I’ve tried it, and it is very easy. Better yet, it is even harder to forget since the emails are always there to remind you. The service is called iDoneThis and...

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