LifeJournal Named “Best Journal Software” by Journal Expert Kathleen Adams

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Kathleen Adams, director of The Center for Journal Therapy (www.journaltherapy.com) and leader in the field of therapeutic journal writing, selected LifeJournal as the best journal software. Recognizing the importance of top quality journal software to the journaling community, Adams, producer of Journal Conference 2008: The Power of Writing in Denver, CO, invited software designer Ruth Folit to participate in that upcoming conference to demonstrate LifeJournal (www.lifejournal.com).

Sarasota, FL (PRWeb) June 18, 2008 — Kathleen Adams, director of The Center for Journal Therapy and leader in the field of therapeutic journal writing, selected LifeJournal as the best journal software. Recognizing the importance of top quality journal software to the journaling community, Adams, producer of Journal Conference 2008: The Power of Writing in Denver, CO, invited software designer Ruth Folit to participate in that upcoming conference to demonstrate LifeJournal.

Adams explains, “For those who love the feel of a paper journal but want the convenience, confidentiality, and customizable search qualities of an electronic format—award-winning LifeJournal software is the perfect solution.” Adams continues, “Developed by Ruth Folit, a lifelong journal writer and president of Chronicles Software, LifeJournal embeds the theory and practice of the leading thinkers in the field, including Christina Baldwin, Tristine Rainer, James Pennebaker, Kathleen Adams, and Ira Progoff.”

High quality journal software allows both personal and professional diary writers to be more efficient, to be better organized, and to more easily gain insight into their lives. LifeJournal additionally brings innovation,inspiration, and integration to the journal writers’ toolkit:

  • organizational and searching tools to quickly retrieve particular entries
  • tracking mechanisms to monitor behavior and goals
  • a life history time line which includes writing and multimedia files
  • embedded quotes and prompts to jump-start writing
  • information about journal techniques to widen the scope of your writing
  • password-protection and encryption to insure privacy

Journals are used both professionally and personally by people to record, reflect upon, and improve their lives. Among those who keep journals are professional and aspiring writers; people with health issues; people in transition–college graduates, those recently divorced, or new parents; memoirists; people interested in personal growth and self-development; teachers; engineers; and lawyers.

LifeJournal for Windows was first produced in 1999; more than 30,000 copies have been sold worldwide. A new version of LifeJournal–LifeJournal Online–runs on both Macs and PCs, iPads and other tablets. You can try LifeJournal for Windows before you buy. ¬†You can try LifeJournal Online before you subscribe.