Wednesday, 2 March 2011

A Cure for Journaling Hand Cramps!

How often have you been writing in your journal, trying to catch up, only to find that one and a half pages on your hand is hurting and cramping – so you say, “I’ll just have a little break.” Suddenly that “little break” turns into 2 days, 2 weeks, 2 months, or in my case - 2+ years! 

Some of us prefer typing to writing and guess what – THAT’S OKAY!  That is why blogging has become a popular form of journaling – its faster and you don’t get those pesky hand cramps.

Well… I have another solution – an idea for the busy lady who wants to type her journal, but doesn’t want to have a blog or doesn’t want to share too much on a blog – drumroll please….

Let me start by saying the following:

*  I do not work for ldsjournal, or get paid for letting you in on this awesome website.

* You DO NOT have to be LDS to use this site – its for everyone!

Now, with that out of the way let me tell you some great points about this website that I know first-hand (yes I use it):

*  Its free!!!!!!!!!!

*  You can save your entries.

*  You can eventually make the entries into a book – with or without colours and pictures.

*  It has a “journal jar” option, in case you cant think of what to write – along with options of answering questions all about you to create a mini-history.

If you are interested – there is even a welcome video that tells you more about it.

*  Its free!!!!!!!

It really is a great site – if journaling online is something that interests you.  I recommended it to the Young Women in my church branch, but think it is great for all ages.  Go on, go have a try.





Alisha Whitfield said...

Wow! Thanks for the info Jamie. Ive never heard of this site but love it! So often I think I need a place to put my own thoughts away from my blog, and I like you prefer to type. What a great site! Thanks again!

Patty Ann said...

Oh, that sounds like a great idea. I will so be checking this out. Thanks so much for the information.

Steve said...

Jamie, thanks for the awesome props. This is Steve the art director of From time to time I scour the web to see what people are saying about us. We're always encouraged to read positive reviews of our product. I'd like to let you know that as I am typing this, LDSJournal is going through a major makeover and I think you and the rest of the LDSJournal members are going to really enjoy all that is in store for this version of LDSJournal. Thanks again for your kind words!