Use Gmail as a journal

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We’re supposed to keep a journal. That’s what the prophets both anciently and today have said. People have different preferences: some like the feel of pen and paper, others like to do it digitally. If you’re one of the latter types of people, then you might enjoy this post from Lifehacker on how to use your Gmail account as a journal. With Gmail’s categorizing system, you can create labels for different entries. You can have a label for blessings, work, family, ect. Thus, if you just wanted to read certain types of entries, with a just a click you can.

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