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Top 7 Free Websites to Keep Diary Online

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Top 7 Free Websites to Keep Diary Online

Online diary is the great way to express yourself and share your thoughts with twin souls. Besides, by keeping a personal online journal you train writing skills a lot. Learn what are the best online services to run a diary and express your thoughts and ideas.

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Livejournal.com

livejournal

Livejournal.com is a widely known online community for writing amateurs. Every journal seems to be like a private apartment of the owner: personalized style, custom background, feed, layouts, buttons. It’s like you create your own little website targeted at writing your thoughts. Besides, Livejournal gives you a profile page where you are free to set all the necessary information about you and your online diary.

Here you can write public entries, entries for only friends and personal ones. Add photos, music and videos to your posts to make them more interesting. Don’t forget to mark your articles with tags for a simple search in future.

There are a lot of communities in LJ where all the members can write and interact with each other. If you can’t find the community you like, create your own one and meet cool new people with the same interests and ideas.

Actually, this diary website is free, but some layouts and domen names are available for a definite yearly payment.

Penzu.com

penzu

Penzu.com resembles a real notebook and so it is very stylish and modern. Here you can keep a private diary and no one will have an access to your entries or, at the same time, you can share your thoughts with friends via email. If you like sharing your thoughts 24/7, download Penzu app on your Android phone or iPhone for a more comfortable writing.

The site offers the Pentagon like security. Not only it can hide your posts from other people’s eyes, but it can encrypt them. So, if you are mad about privacy, Penzu is what you need.

Penzu offers a lot of design themes to choose from. Thus, you’ll easily customize your online journal and make it look unique.

One of the coolest thing of this site is that you can import here the entries from your old diaries. However, they should be in an XML file, RSS feed, or from Livejournal to work correctly.

All your notes are easily printable and you are welcome to keep them as a real diary as well. Alternatively, you may save your entries in PDF, TXT, RSS, or ATOM XML format on your PC.

Diary.com

diarycom

 

Diary.com is one more widely recognized website for personal online entries. It provides you with a lot of occasional diaries to explore. When you enter the site, you may see recent or most popular post of other users. Don’t miss them to learn something new. The interface of the source is much more of a newspaper than of a feed line.

It’s really great as a public diary for sharing thoughts with others. On the other hand, you’ll get a personal journal for writing secret thoughts in.

So if you have different types of notes (personal and public), register on this website.

Tumblr

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tumblr

Tumblr is an extremely popular micro-blogging platform. It’s mostly used for short entries, pic and video sharing. Thus, this platform is for those who want to share cool news, GIF pictures, music and so on. Of course, you are free to make your blog private or available only for your friends.

As for the customization, Tumblr lets you choose a theme you like and make simple changes like font style or color, or background.

Like Twitter, Tumblr is based on hashtags. Add most popular hashtags to your entries to collect more re-posts and likes.

Journalate

journalate

Journalate is a simple online diary where you can keep your thoughts. It’s most suitable for those who want to have a personal online journal with private entries. Like Penzu, it offers high security level. Thus, you may be sure no one will see your posts.

The platform has a plain design, yet it looks good on all mobile devices. So, you can easily add entries from your iPhone, iPad or other portable device.

There are two types of account: a free and a premium one. The latter will give you an option to import your posts from Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.

Memiary.com

Memiary.com

Memiary.com is a twitter-like website where you are to write your short thoughts down. If you are pressed for time or unable to pull yourself together for a “real” online diary, try this one.

It will give you an opportunity to look back and remember occurring every day thoughts and tips. Unfortunately, you can add only 5 memories a day, but even this makes sense.

The site doesn’t give too much options, as it’s scope is to give you a simple way to write down a couple of sentences.

Monkkee

Monkkee

Monkkee is one more platform where you can write down your ideas and keep them safely from other people’s eyes. The service is free with a convenient text editor and all the necessary options for post writing. It lets you add images to your posts and mark them with hashtags.

If you wish, you can export your entries to your PC or portable device.

Fitday.com

Fitday

 

Fitday.com will become your best diary pall if your life is based a lot on healthy way. When you spend a lot of time exercising or follow various diets, you can write everything in this online journal. Set your goals if you want and organize your priorities. Check the success and training methods of other users to get additional information.

Both free and premium account types are available.

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