i keep paper.it's more ...i don't know better sme how ....
I use paper diary and I'm not going to change it. Nobody has never written my confessions 'cause all my diaries are hidden in safe place. Electronic diary it's not the same.Iit will never replace you writing with a fountain pen. Handwriting style also shows your real emotions (for example when I'm angry my handwriting is chaotic and very irregular ) when I'm full of inspirations I like to draw something, glue down some dry flowers or other ob
I have asked that question many times. I have chosen EP blog to be my diary. Who knows...maybe someone will read something and give me some very insightful information.
i don't keep a dairy... i should instead of keep everything to myself .... ep has started to be my diary... but im afraid to write everything i feel... so keeping it to myself is waht i do mostly
Just forget the whole diary, if it was an important write it in your memory. Why have a diary when u have the experience project? Are u really that in to your feelings u gotta write it twice.
Soo do u share ur emotions oon the experience project then write in a diary too?
An encrypted electronic diary I guess if you be a 21st century person. Save them paper ones for us old farts.
Scan them into the computer? Many put them in a chest, but not all that many people use chests these days either.
A notebook can have a volume one, two, three, and how ever many you need. It will make for fun reading when curled up by the fire in 2052.
There is a third way - just keep photos. A picture will paint a thousand words and trigger more memories!
Mine change from day to day and I wouldn't want to try and trace them, so I don't know.
Definitely paper. I dont want any accidents or glitches. I would rather have to cross out mistakes than never know I made them.
Dispose of them year by year after transfering any needed notes.
A year diary, for tracking appointments and events. I do not write a journal.
My diary is in spreadsheet format. The leftmost column is the calendar. All columns to the right are each reserved for a specific category of event.
No. It is software, in Excel format.