The Day One app is a useful journaling tool for people who need to keep track of their medical history, family travels, work logs, or pretty much anything you need to remember.
Have I taken that medicine already? Check your Day One entries in your MacBook or in your iPhone.
Yes, this means that your entries can be as short as one sentence.
TIP: People who’ve forgotten whether or not they’ve already had lunch can try using Day One. This is critical especially for those with diabetes who are trying to stop themselves from eating two lunches in one day.
And if ever you forget to write, Day One can be set-up to remind you to write.
It’s similar to blogging, but one of the things I like about Day One is how easy it is to make an entry using your mobile phone. Later on, you can sync the data via iCloud, DropBox, or the Day One sync system, so that your on-the-road entries can also be seen in your laptop.
It’s also searchable: By Title, entry body text, and tags.
Some of the tags I’ve used are: health, bday, work, funny, payments
Sidenote: Will try the DUE reminder app – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/due-super-fast-reminders-reusable/id390017969 – say goodbye to forgotten tasks.
Nate of Nine has blog posts about Day One which will inspire you to try electronic journaling today.