280daily, and you journal each day using twice the number of characters of Twitter. Yes, very doable.
I quit counting the number of journals I've started and dropped. Some I've reread and torn out pages, mad at myself for the stupid angst I felt the need to tell the world. You see, private to me is something I don't want to tell the world, but putting it in a journal is . . . telling the world. I inevitably get frustrated at revealing myself, or bored at what I try to write by NOT revealing myself. (A shrink can step in here at any time, please.) The result? I don't journal.
But I like this. It makes you condense your day into a thought. Not pages of thought, just A thought. That's when you can pick one little moment of your day and memorialize it, or summarize the day as the wonder or bitch it was. But wait . . . this site gets much better.
You can search these posts. You can add a photo. You can ask to read a random post. And you can print them off, even create a book from them.
Okay, it's a new year. Maybe I'll give journaling a try again. How hard can a double-Tweet be?