Diary writing, perhaps, conjures up the image of a young girl, happily scribbling away some random thought about her life in a her handwritten journal.
Diaries are more than just a written record of random thoughts – they are an exercise in creativity. They are flexing the creative writing muscle.
But you already knew that.
You love to journal, or want to get started. You also live in the digital age. It is time to find out how to link this age-old practice with computer technology.
Virginia Wolfe, famous British author, said it best:
What sort of diary should I like mine to be? Something looseknit and yet not slovenly, so elastic that it will embrace anything, solemn, slight or beautiful that comes into my mind. I should like it to resemble some deep old desk, or capacious hold-all, in which one flings a mass of odds and ends without looking them through.