I recently (in May 2019) decided to make journaling part of my daily routine. There’s countless research showing the benefits of journaling (this one’s a bit click-baity and goes overboard on the self-help vibe but has good info as well). I’ve personally found that journaling is.
In the past 5 years, I’ve tried a variety of apps and tools to start up a journaling habit, but all of them either a) had a lot of other bloat that I didn’t need, b) didn’t have certain features I wanted to be incorporated into journaling, or c) didn’t give me enough flexibility to customize what kinds of data I wanted to track.
I created this Coda doc to help me build my journaling habit the way I wanted and track the data points that I felt were relevant. I’ve been loving this approach so far for these four reasons:
Have fun journaling 😄
Spencer is a Houston native who just graduated from Rice 👐 and joined Coda to democratize access to flexible and powerful software. Outside of engineering (and journaling), he spends his free time on photography 📸, writing ✍️ , and exploring new places ✈️ and foods 🍣.