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Lifelog has been such an easy platform to use, and so welcoming. The community has also been great - loads of encouragements from the site to get started on writing and the other projects I’m thinking about! - @joelfirenze
Whenever I put off writing for some time (even if it's for a few days) I feel awkward coming back to it. LifeLog helps me ensure that writing always feels comfortable, every day. It's not just about the post I publish but the additional writing and publishing it enables. - @haideralmosawi
One of the reasons I enjoy writing here is that I am reminded daily about the goals I have set for myself. Public accountability makes a difference. When you declare your goals your goals in public and commit to writing consistently about them, that’s when the magic happens. Writing can be a lonely activity. It helps to have a community of like-minded people fighting the good fight along with you. It’s nice to see other people showing up every day, right down in the trenches with you... Lifelog is a home for a community of creators who set goals and write about the outcomes rain or shine... I’ve been writing here for over 300 days straight, and I’m just getting started. - @therealbrandonwilson
LifeLog has allowed me to create a daily writing habit - but it's more than that. It is a supportive community of like-minded writers all working towards becoming better versions of themselves. No matter if I am writing about Twitter or exploring my mental health issues, I know that someone is reading and appreciating my thoughts - and that makes a massive difference compared to writing privately or on a blog which will never be read. For me, there has never been a better platform where I have felt both so inspired to become a better writer and also valued as a person. - @tao
I have seen tremendous benefits in journaling and writing everyday. For a shy, introvert like me, LifeLog has been a blessing in disguise. I get to write publicly, connect with like minded folks, get their feedback to dig deep into a topic. Also I get a key benefit - being part a warm and welcoming community. If you are looking to get into the habit of writing and be with an amazing set of people, LifeLog is your place to be. - @santhoshguru
Writing on Lifelog has become one of the most compounding habit I have worked on in 2021. Having a clear idea of my goals, getting the community’s feedback to motivate me and keep me accountable has been priceless. It is great to connect with like minded people from all over the world and share thoughts and ideas consistently. I am definitely a better person for it! Thank you Jason and the Lifelog community! - @keni
Writing for me is a private affair, even though I am happy to share it with others. My writing also allows me to reflect on my life experiences and learn from them. I have a sense of achievement in my commitment to write daily. What does reading have to do with why I write? Well, I believe my desire to write stems from my perceived inadequacies in reading. Pushing myself to write means I also need to push myself to read. - @peterdannock
Sign up, set your goals
Sign up for Lifelog, and kickstart your most ambitious goals and life aspirations by setting them in our Goals page.
Write daily about your goals
Write 100 words a day, every day. Write to think, dream, envision, plan your goals. Generate momentum towards your goals by thinking and writing about them daily.
Track your progress
Tag your posts to your goals, and see the record of your thinking and planning over time, as well as your wins and progress!