Journaling

I’m curious if other bloggers print a hard copy of their blogs. I’ve always wanted to keep a journal but never got beyond a few entries. I’ve been printing my blog in sections thinking that I’ll put them together in a binder so I’ll have a permanent written record of what’s going on in my life – quilting, travels, even what I’m reading.

How about the rest of you? Are you keeping a printed copy of your blogs?

Weight loss update
I went to my Weight Watchers meeting today and in spite of being out of town for 11 days and having to eat out I lost 3 lbs in the last two weeks. That’s a total of 8.8 lbs in 4 weeks. I celebrated by going for a long hike at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

5 thoughts on “Journaling

  1. Congratulations on your continuing wieght loss! I MUST get back onto WW. I never thought of printing the blog until you mentioned it. I like the idea of having it in a permanent form to read. How about copying your entries into a word document then burning them onto a disk? Permanent, but would take up much less space. You could always print them at a later date if you decided you wanted to.

  2. I don’t keep a hardcopy, and the way the ‘net works, there will be a copy somewhere in cyberspace forever. My blog posts are only the “public” side of my life – I have a hardcopy journal (okay, several if you must know – it’s an addiction!) where I keep my private thoughts.

  3. I’m like Patti. I never thought of a hard copy, and of course I haven’t been doing a blog long. But it’s an interesting idea.Your rail fence quilt is very pretty, both the quilting and the embroidered initials. I love the picture of you quilting away at 2 a.m.!Thanks for your kind comments on my quilt, too. 🙂

  4. I have plenty of my journals on paper-for me, no need to print my blog …though it’s nice to have a better record of my quilting and stories to go along with them.way to go on the weight loss!

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