Do you have a desire to journal but get writer's block every time you stare at that blank page or screen? Getting started can often be the hardest part of journaling. Roller Journal knows this and guides you through your journalling journey by asking you simple, effective questions to get you started.
When creating an entry with Roller Journal, you are immediately asked one of twenty questions, including, "What are you looking forward to?", "If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be", and "What's one thing you'd like to change about today?"
After answering a question, you can have Roller Journal continue to ask you more questions until you're done. If you don't want to answer a particular question, you can delete it and move on to the next one. You can also set up Roller Journal to always ask you a predetermined set of questions every time you journal for those one or two particular questions you want to keep track of and see how your answer changes.
Speaking of which, if you want to track a specific question, Roller Journal offers a way of looking up all the answers you've given to a particular question so you can see how it's changed and hopefully get some insight about yourself. Unfortunately, you cannot create custom questions.
For the private types, Roller Journal has the option to be passcode protected, and for the public types, you can share your entries with Facebook and Twitter. You can also backup all your entries with Dropbox so that you can relax knowing that your journal will never be lost.
This is such a great way to get started with keeping a journal. The hardest part is starting, but Roller Journal takes that burden away from you by asking questions that hopefully provoke more than just one word answers -- and if you do give short answers, that's ok too -- everyone's gotta start out somewhere.
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