Episode 2: Johnny Gamber is my Analog Spirit Animal

Andy and Will talk about journaling digitally and on paper. Also, we talk about teenage slang, App.Net, GIF management workflows, and one super FLEEK milkshake.

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Show Notes

Changing My Journaling Habit | Three Staples
A Year of Daily Logging | Mike Rohde
Building Routines (or, How I Became a Daily Journal Writer) | Patrick Rhone
Bullet Journal | Ryder Carroll
Dash Plus | Patrick Rhone
13 Things to Do With All Those Blank Notebooks | Well-Appointed Desk
Field Notes Journal (custom URLs for remembering things) | Kevin Kortum
Day One: Doing Preventative Error Management Right
Reporter, Day One, and Launch Center Pro | Shaun Blanc
Launch Center Pro and Daily Journaling | Josiah Wiebe
The Way I Journal: Alan Bailward | Day One
This column will change your life: Morning Pages | The Guardian
Urban Dictionary: Ratchet
Urban Dictionary: Fleek
Mac Journal
Andy's GIF Tumblr
Jamie Todd Rubin: Evernote’s Paperless Ambassador


Journaling is good for your physical, mental and emotional well-being.

My Therapy Journal, states that journaling “provides significant benefits to not only one’s psychological well being, but also one’s physical health and physiological functioning. Several researchers, for example, have shown that people who journal report having significantly less distress, feel less depressed, and have an overall better mood. Additionally, individuals also report that journaling changes the way they behave towards and around other people. Other studies have found that people who journal for extended periods of time (months) also report an increase in emotional well-being, a better day-to-day mood, and fewer symptoms of depression.”

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