It started as a clear morning, but I approached the waterfront it turned into a very misty morning. I like misty mornings. They add a sense of mystery to the day. It was a very pleasant walk.
Now, the title of today’s post isn’t what you might think, a reversion to an early writing clock – oh well, perhaps it is in a way. This is really about an application called Day one – it’s a journaling app. I started using the app nigh on ten years ago. But it was about 5 years ago that I cottoned on to a concept. I called it Locality (my domain localitystories comes from it). Locality came about that I could integrate my interest in ship watching, amateur radio, photography, my interest in the local area, my desire to write, could be integrated into a single topic.
I started using day one because I wanted to write “online” and I wanted to do a blog but, to be honest I didn’t have the guts to go into the public domain. I have barely used Day one since starting this blog. which since I am getting my daily writing “fix” here is I suppose understandable. I had though put a lot of effort into organising my locality admin structure in Day One, tags, projects, pictures, writings. I had a lot of fun doing it. But, I really needed to do something like this to make sure I at least attempted to do some reasonable writing every day.
I have no idea if you think what I am writing is reasonable. I have some followers which is really really nice, so I hope you enjoy it.