JournalTalk answers your questions about journaling

Q&A: “Does Blogging Count As Journaling?”

JTQA_LogoMari L. McCarthy joins me as we answer your questions on journal-writing. This week, we answer a blogger’s question: Does my blogging count as journaling?  Mari and I should have stated a humorous caveat to our answer, “It depends on whether anybody is reading your blog!”

Feel free to write your comments below with more of your questions, or your own opinions to the questions already posed, to fuel the dialogue some more!

For further enrichment on this question, please also reference Episode #8 of JournalTalk, to get the perspective of Dr. Joseph Bernard, an accomplished blogger and journal-writer. (JournalTalk Q&A, Episode #2, April 21, 2014)

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Voiceover: Thomas Gerrard

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: “Does Blogging Count As Journaling?”

  1. Bakari Chavanu

    Mari makes a great point about the differences between blogging and journaling. When Day One released its Published feature that allows for posting journal entries on the web, I discovered that I had very little to share from my Day One journal. That’s because journal writing is a personal place to unpack thoughts and feelings. And thankfully I don’t have to labor over correcting grammar, and constantly double checking what I say. I can write freely and dig deeper.

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