A few months ago I said that I think blogging beats journaling, for a number of reasons. I still stand by that, but that’s certainly not to say that journaling is a bad thing.
I recently read an article from Anne-Laure Le Cuff about the idea of interstitial journaling, and it seems to work well with my daily flow.
The basic idea is that you combine your note-taking, tasks and time tracking in one workflow, and using Roam Research is perfect for that. In my case, I already have my daily calendar in Roam, along with note-taking and tasks, so I was somewhat doing this already.
Here’s a quick video to show you more of what I’m doing with this: