I agree E journals are very important. I have a small notebook. I dont carry it with me all the time, and recording so much takes up a lot of paper, I was playing around with my cell phone the other day and found an app where i could record everything, name it, edit it, delete things, and organize it into files. It was a free app, its great. Google Docs. but im sure there are plenty more. i now use that as my e-journal. i almost always carry my phone on me. i still have the notebook for backup but i dont put as much info in it, i have my phone backup saved to google so it is on my computer as well. that way if i lose my phone i will never lose my e journal. you may have to sign up for google to get google docs, i just thought of that, well in my opinion you should join g its free, and has a lot of handy things,. but again, like i said, im sure there are plenty of cell phone journals you can use. just play around with your phone,.... take careView Thread
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