Recap of Our First #NaJoChat About Journal Writing April 1st

Today, I hosted our first #NaJoChat on Twitter. We’ll hold a chat each Wednesday during the month of April. Next Wednesday’s topic will be, How to get the most out of your journal writing. I look forward to meeting you there.

Note, you can view the chat as a slide show.


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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
  • Bakari, thought you’d like to know that I have just taken the journal app plunge with DayOne and will complete the NaJoWriMo challenge on your app. Just completed my first entry. The user interface is so crisp and clean. Really nice.

    • Oh, awesome, Lesley. Yeah, I think you’re like most the tagging feature and the ability to export your entries to PDF. You probably don’t need a book about journaling, but I wrote one about Day One and digital journaling. It’s titled, “Starting From Day One: Using the Day One Journaling App to Record and Enrich Your Life.” It can only downloaded from the iTunes book store.

      Keep me posted on how Day One is working for you.

    • Hi Raymond, if you’re talking about personal journal entries, this site is not for posting your daily entries. It looks like you’re signed up as a NaJoWriMo subscriber, so that’s why you’re receiving messages about the posts. Are you keeping a personal entry while participating in NaJoWriMo?

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