A Fast Easy Way to Get Started with Online Journal Writing

The April NaJoWriMo will begin in less than a week, and if you’re thinking about getting into journal writing, Memri.es is a great tool for keeping an online journal.

What’s awesome about Memri.es is that it’s a secure online journal writing application that’s super clean and discretion-free. You can begin using it as soon as your registered account is confirmed from the site.

Currently the website displays an invite button to register. I’m pretty sure that you will receive an invitation with 24 hours.

The next useful feature about using Memri.es is that you can set up your account to email you scheduled reminders for keeping your memories, which allows for writing your entry in an email and sending it directly to your Memri.es account.

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Use With NaJoWriMo

With Memri’s scheduled email reminders, you can simply copy and paste the daily NaJoWriMo prompts you receive each day in the newsletter as a reply to the Memri.es email.

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With my daily prompts and the scheduled Memri.es reminder emails, you will be able to complete the NaJoWriMo challenge for the month of April.

Best of all, Memri.es is complete free!

Other Options

Penzu and Rekordr (reviewed here) are two other online journal writing applications that are useful for getting started with journal writing. They both offer similar and more advance features, include paid premium features.

If you’re not signed to start receiving NaJoWriMo daily prompts, be sure to do so today. Happy journaling.

 

 

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Bakari Chavanu

is the creator of NaJoWriMo, and is the author of the interactive iBook, Starting From Day One: Using the Day One Journaling App to Record and Enrich Your Life
  • Looking forward to the April NaJoWriMo!
    I’m old-fashioned enough to still love pens & blank books for my journaling, but I’m sharing the link here for those who enjoy more modern journaling. 🙂

    • Awesome. Welcome back. And I definitely about using pen and paper. I sometimes miss it myself. It’s much more personal, and even easier to use than a digital notebook. Keep in touch. Happy journaling.