#1 Posted by Hizang (9359 posts) -

#2 Posted by scalpel (326 posts) -

No, but I probably would if there were anything interesting going on in my day-to-day life to write about.

#3 Posted by Lunar_Aura (2824 posts) -

For personal or business? No to the former.

#4 Posted by mandude (2670 posts) -

My browsing history is too comprehensive for my life to necessitate a journal.

#5 Posted by TheVeteran13 (1266 posts) -

No, who do you think I am Doug Funnie or something?

#6 Posted by Video_Game_King (36566 posts) -

Does my blog count?

#7 Posted by Vexxan (4624 posts) -


#8 Posted by mscupcakes (631 posts) -

I've tried a couple of times to start a diary but I always forget after a while to write in it or find something noteworthy to write about.

#10 Posted by Dixego (403 posts) -


#11 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (8734 posts) -

Not on a regular basis, but yeah, often.

#12 Posted by Pikawai (137 posts) -

I do not, however I tried to write one many times when I was a child and failed miserably.

#13 Posted by Marcsman (3376 posts) -

Twitter is all I vent on. And here too of course.

#14 Posted by pyromagnestir (4383 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

Does my blog count?

@FluxWaveZ said:


@Video_Game_King said:

Does my blog count?

You're consistent, I'll give ya that.

Man, now for some reason I don't have the heart to go through with my dumb "I keep a sex journal. It's only 3 sentences written on the back of the March 17, 2006 page of one of them word of the day type calenders. Those sentences are "I. Did. It."" joke, so I guess I'll just say no.

#15 Posted by Clairabel (178 posts) -

I try to keep journals, I've been trying for years but I could never keep one successfully.

#16 Posted by AngelN7 (2999 posts) -

Clip notes to remember stuff, covering walls and making my room look like a cheap detective movie set.

#17 Posted by wjb (1759 posts) -

Hasn't Twitter and the fact that people have no shame anymore pretty much remove the need for journals/diaries?

#18 Posted by Mesoian (1618 posts) -

Used to keep a livejournal, now I think twitter takes the place of it. My online profile is pretty low, so I think I can keep it at that state.

#19 Edited by CaLe (4246 posts) -

No and I don't take photos either. My goal is to die without leaving a trace.

Besides my Giant Bomb posts of course. But they will be consumed by time.

#20 Posted by Lava (725 posts) -

I blog and from time to time write stuff down in my moleskin journal yeah.

#21 Posted by InternetCrab (1581 posts) -

No, but I used to back in middle school. I usually wrote about Four square and annoying tests etc.

#22 Posted by SeaMoose (43 posts) -

I use Day One from the App store when I'm going through a rough or tense patch in my life. Feels good to write it out and be able to step back and analyse where things are going wrong and hopefully change that. Worked wonders for me last winter and I haven't really touched it since. Also it syncs to my Macbook and iPhone so I got it wherever I go. I would recommend it if your looking for a portable electronic journal because who uses a pen and paper anymore huh?

#23 Posted by Ghost_of_Perdition (751 posts) -

No but I do keep a sketchbook.

#24 Posted by _Zombie_ (1473 posts) -


#25 Posted by JasonR86 (10005 posts) -

I guess in a way I do but I only cover one topic.

#26 Posted by Turambar (7156 posts) -

No.  Don't have the motivation to keep anything like that.

#27 Posted by Grillbar (1966 posts) -

No that would mean i would actually have to write in it every day. my brain works fine i can somewhat remember what i did.

dear diary today i got up took a bath eat something and walked to work then walked home took a bath eat something and slept.

#28 Posted by DelroyLindo (387 posts) -

when i travel, yes. otherwise, no.