As of this writing, I’ve managed to build up a modest collection of journal entries (about 170), ranging anywhere from tweet-sized to article-length. Some are mundane and of no interest to anyone but me, while others contain some of my personal favorite writing. I’ve written about every facet of my life—my struggles and successes; my fears and hopes; my dreams and goals; my interests and observations; my friends and family. It’s all right there in Day One.
Our digital Brothers and Sisters should not be ignored on Journal Day. It is a day that celebrates the diversity of methods available. Chris makes a great case for why a digital tool may work best for some.