Thursday, May 21, 2009

The Coolest Website

I have found the COOLEST website ever. If you know of a better one, let me know. It is www.ldsjournal.com. You can do free online journaling and, kind of like blogging, you can add pictures. You can print out your entries on a daily basis for free. But, the awesome thing is you can get your journal printed into a hardbound book. I love this idea, I get writer's cramp so easy these days, and less face it, my handwriting SUCKS! Their hardbound journals really aren't very expensive. I have been transferring various blog posts to my online journal and plan to get it printed out in a book for my posterity in the near future. Maybe no one will really care...Who knows...I can hear them now, "That great great grandma of ours was sure a nut!" They are targeting the LDS population because we are big journalers, but really, anyone can use it. Check it out! I have no invested interest in it other than I thought it was cool. Just thought I would share...

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the website. I have been thinking about how I would be able to do the same thing!

    By the way....I don't think blogger is updating today. I happened to look at your site and didn't realize you had something new!

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  2. This sounds like such a great idea!

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  3. Thanks for sharing. I found a site where you can put all your posts from your blog into a book, kinda like the site you found but for the life of me I can't remember which site it is anymore. I went back to look for it to see if I put it on my bookmark list but I can't find it..dang.

    I think it's a neat thing to be able to put what we blog about into a book for our prosperity and our kids and their kids will be grateful to us for that.

    That is one of the things I love about blogging..everyone sharing information that to me does makes life a bit easier and more fun...so thank you!!

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  4. That is a great idea.

    I'm under the impression that I can just publish my blog, which I fully plan to do at the end of the year. It's a completely unique type of family history. I write about things on my blog that I wouldn't normally think to include in our family photobook every year.

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  5. Thanks for sharing!--I contacted blogger several months ago about getting details to print my blog and they were having technical difficulties--This sounds like the way to go...

    How complicated has it been to transfer your blog posts over to this?

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