TechCrunch: Throw out your diary, Jour is a new app for guided journaling

TechCrunch: Throw out your diary, Jour is a new app for guided journaling. “Since Jour, a new app for private and portable journaling, dropped on the App Store two months ago, it’s racked up 80,000 users. No paid marketing or public announcements. Just organic interest in discovering a better way of journaling than pen to paper.”

Bloomberg: The Regular Person’s Guide to Bullet Journaling

Bloomberg: The Regular Person’s Guide to Bullet Journaling. In this case, a podcast with an accompanying extensive article. “This week on the new Bloomberg podcast, Works for Me, I—a regular person with bad handwriting, haphazard to-do lists, and zero artistic ability—talk about how I spent more than two months trying it out. On the show, I tackle every step of the Bullet Journal process, from making my first spread to learning about the wonderful world of habit trackers. You’ll hear about my surprisingly emotional ups and downs, including my disproportionate reaction to an olive oil spill.”

MakeUseOf: The 5 Best Bullet Journal Apps to Make Bullet Journaling Effortless

MakeUseOf: The 5 Best Bullet Journal Apps to Make Bullet Journaling Effortless. “You can turn any note-taking app into a Bullet Journal. But you have a lot less work to do if you start out with an app that comes with all the right ingredients for keeping a Bullet Journal. But where do you find such an app? Start with our list of five.”

Popular Science: Think you’re too busy to journal? These apps let you do it on the go.

Popular Science: Think you’re too busy to journal? These apps let you do it on the go.. “Keeping a daily journal lets you practice writing, organize your thoughts, and preserve your habits and events for posterity. But who has the time and energy to sit down for a dedicated recording session every day? Instead, jot down your entries on the go—by keeping the tome on your phone. These five apps will let you journal at any time or place.”