Digital Bullet Journaling… but for Writers?

So… is anyone else into digital journaling? Ever since I got my Galaxy Tab s3, it’s been my latest obsession. I love notebooks and planners but sadly, I could never stick to them for a variety of understandable ( I swear they are) reasons.

Anyway, I’ve been playing around with some templates that suit a writer’s lifestyle. You know what I mean, word count goals, chapters completed and what not.

I’d like to hear some thoughts. If you do digitally plan or journal, what platform do you use? What device?

– B. Brown

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8 thoughts on “Digital Bullet Journaling… but for Writers?

  1. Google Docs. Convenience. Basically Google can be on your laptop and smart phone. You might not be able to bring your laptop to work but you can begin a story or poem in Google Docs and finish it up on your home computer. In my former job as a museum security officer job it was not convenient for me to carry a laptop back and forth on the subway train plus since security guards wear uniforms my cell phone fit right into the jacket pocket so during my breaks I could type away.

      1. I suppose I gravitate to Google Docs because I can sort out my thoughts then copy and paste into a Blog Post. Also unlike MS Word which I used to rely upon greatly, Google Docs comes with the Google+ universe. Meaning I don’t have to spend extra money for a word-processing program.

  2. Of course being a bit old fashioned I would still purchase the pocket sized notebooks and journals from the Museum Gift shop. They came in all sizes and the small ones fit inside my uniform.

    1. I love the little pocket ones. Tuesday mornings has the best decorative books. I just got a dark floral one that I’m probably just going to adore from a distance until a figure out a worthy purpose

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