?

Log in

No account? Create an account

Previous Entry | Next Entry

embodiment check-in

Do you think the internet and/or having a smartphone affects your ability to keep up with a paper diary / journal?

Yes.
22(50.0%)
Maybe.
11(25.0%)
No.
11(25.0%)

What do you do instead of keep a diary / journal?

Hang out with friends (or family, etc)
18(22.0%)
Blog site like LJ or Tumblr or etc
31(37.8%)
Twitter! (or vine or etc)
9(11.0%)
Chores or schoolwork or housework or a job
22(26.8%)
None of your business!
2(2.4%)

Do you maintain a paper journal / diary / etc MORE or LESS often as time goes on?

More than I was.
3(6.8%)
Way less than I used to.
15(34.1%)
About the same.
5(11.4%)
It varies and depends what's going on.
20(45.5%)
Not applicable.
1(2.3%)

Tags:

Comments

( 3 comments — Leave a comment )
mairelys
May. 23rd, 2013 01:42 am (UTC)
Only picked None of Your Business because there was no other option.

I tend to use apps to keep track or my notepad when I'm not in a palce where I can write, and then sometimes I don't transfer.
seaivy
May. 23rd, 2013 02:21 am (UTC)
my journal (paper only) is part of my life.
NOTHING could displace it or replace it. Only extreme chaos in my life prevents me from writing.
I write, sketch, paint, doodle all or some of it every day. I average 4 sketchbook pages a day.
My journal is the glue of my life. It holds all the pieces together.
alexandrawolff
May. 29th, 2013 06:09 pm (UTC)
WOW I am shocked by the ammount of ppl who responded that the internet does get in the way of their paper journaling.
For me, the more popular and accessible the internet has become, the more I have dived deeper into journaling. It's now become a part of my day more important than eating. And I ignore my emails and everything because I'm so engulfed in my bubble of journaling, it's like I can't function during the day (including social media) unless I write.
( 3 comments — Leave a comment )