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Monday, October 3, 2011

Question.

So all you blogger readers and writers out there:

Do ya'll still write in a journal even with blogging?  And if you do...what do you write in your journals that is different than your blog?  Just spiritual moments too sacred to blog about?  Or what?  I'm just curious as to what everyone does! :)

5 comments:

  1. I am a scaredy cat and afraid to write a lot of what I feel on my blog. That is saved for my journal as well as the sacred moments as well. I must confess since I started blogging I have not been as good about keeping a journal as I have in the past.

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  2. I'm kind of the same as Lizzie, I write more "feelings" in my journal. My blog is more day to day activities and such, if that makes sense.

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  3. I write in both still, I was never a "consistent" journal writer, I would write every couple months or weeks, I blog a LOT more than that and I think it's a good thing, for me anyway, to keep some sort of record. I write down more personal, sacred things in my journal as well as really happy things that stood out in my life or milestones in our family. I actually want to start printing my blog every couple years as an "open" family record and my journal will be for...later ha ha. :)

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  4. My mom was and is such a great example of journaling to me. I write in my journal nearly every night. Sometimes it's day to day stuff, and some times it is more deep spiritual things. I'm not a blogger though (I've tried, I just can't seem to keep it up for some reason!) my seven year old even keeps a journal. In fact, just yesterday I was reading her journal, (I know, I better enjoy it now, because one day she won't want me to!) and the entry was "today was awful because I woke up!" and another one was "today me and my dad watched a shark show". How can you not just love that?! Too too cute! I love journals! They preserve a time that would otherwise be long forgotten. Although blogs do the same I guess. :) You can print your blog and have it bound as a journal.

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  5. I am really not very personally on my blog. I don't like to be so open about everything, although I admire those who are. So what i write in my journal is mostly for me.

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