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App of the Week: Day One

It’s the end of the year. It’s the beginning of the year. It’s a time of peace and goodwill. It’s a time to look back. It’s a time to look forward.

I’m sitting in a hotel room along the beach in Hollywood, Florida. My plans for the day have changed, and I thought of you and the goals for the year. It occurred to me that you could gain much by writing down your thoughts more than you do, and so I thought of Day One, my primary journaling app.

Day One is a gorgeous journaling app made for the Mac and the iPhone and iPad (via a universal app). It’s a great way to begin to collect your thoughts and experiences, with deep functions to grow as you find yourself writing more and collecting more of your life into it. Much of what you might want to remember is automatically recorded by Day One, such as the location of the post, the weather when you posted, and date and time. As a result, you can view the timeline of your entries or a map, and review what you were thinking, what you experienced, where and when.

This combination can create many insights as you review your year, look forward to the next, set your goals, and consider what’s possible.

I also like that I can write in Drafts and then use an action to enter those thoughts into Day One. I’m not always sure when I start writing in Drafts what I will want to do with the thought once it’s more complete!

So, here’s my thought for you today: what would your life be if you began to write more, record more, review more, and be more intentional about what’s next?

It’s just a thought. But, it has the power to change your future.

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