Starting My Logbook

"Logbook" Cedar Park, 2019
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/4, 1/125 sec, ISO1000
“Logbook” Cedar Park, 2019

こんばんは。How’s it going?

Recently, I started keeping a logbook which is basically a list of things that happened during the day. It’s sort of like an after-the-fact planner. I don’t know if there is much practical value in doing this since it’s not searchable like a digital logbook would be, but I like to use my pens to write, and sometimes it’s interesting to jog my memory and just do a quick reflection on the day.

By the way, I didn’t fully dry my hands after washing them, and the ink I used is not waterproof. ☺

Thanks to Patrick for the logbook idea! Here’s the post on his blog:

Five things for the week

I hope you had a nice day!


4 thoughts on “Starting My Logbook

  1. I’m liking this method so far. It’s a good way to put some thoughts and observations in context to things (and events) that occurred during the day. And it’s easier than trying to write a long-form journal post to try to summarize it all into a narrative.

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