Opinion: Why you should keep a digital journal

In a time where emotions and stress are running high during the coronavirus pandemic, it may be a good time to think about having a journal, if anything, to help you process what you are going through at this moment in your life.

Although this is not an ad from the company, Day One is the app that we recommend the most when it comes to those who want to journal digitally.

Day One Journal on the iPad Pro with the Smart Keyboard.
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What this app does it make it so that all of your thoughts, ideas, emotions, photos, videos and even audio files can all be stored in one journal. A physical journal can do some of those things, but one app that contains it all? That’s hard to compete with.

Another feature of the app that is nice is that it is available on virtually every Apple device other than the Apple TV and HomePod. This includes the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Mac and even the Apple Watch.

Day One Journal on the Apple Watch

It even includes little things such as where you are at, perhaps what song you are listening to while you are writing your journal entry (with Apple Music integration) and the weather outside at the time of the entry.

Day One literally includes everything one would need to make sure all of their memories are intact.

The app costs $3.99 a month or $34.99 a year and can be subscribed to through Apple.

Images courtesy of the Day One Instagram account

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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