Paw Prints — Journal

Thought-Camera

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Unless you're new here, you already know that I keep journals. Lots of them.

This year, I began a new one. My OYNB journal.

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Lock down journalling

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Lock down is affecting all of us - some more than others. I'm having good days and I'm also having bad days. Both days are worth journalling about. If I write about the good days, I have something to look back on to remind myself that not all days are black. On bad days... well, on bad days just the act of committing to paper what's upsetting me can be enough to help me process it and deal with it a little better. And of course, I can look over the entries from the better days too.

Enter the Public Supply 5x8" notebook.

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Analogue v digital: journalling

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Well, it's me. So the answer is, of course, analogue! But also, as it's me, I have LOTS of different journals!

1. Daily journal

2. Writing journal

3. "Processing crap in my head" journal

4. "Amazing days journal"

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Analogue v Digital 2. - Journal

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I wrote last week about Calendars, with the digital winning out for me, because of its ubiquity and shareability.This week, Journals. First, let me narrow down the definition. When I say Journals, I am talking about reflective journals, where I log events and feelings. The DigitalDay One is an absolutely superb app, that I have had on my devices for a long time. The first entry is the 3rd of August 2013. I have used it on and off since then. It lives on all my devices, syncing from one to the other. As with calendars, this is a baked-in...

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