A digital version of the Self Journal for the GoodNotes App (GoodNotes 5 runs on iOS 12 or higher). The template includes: 13-Week Bucket List, BestSelf Benchmark, 13-Week Goal Worksheet, Habit Tracker, Monthly, Weekly, and Daily planning pages.
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The overall experience I had with the GoodNotes version of the Best Self Journal was excellent. Full Functionality and no technical glitches at all. It’s everything you want from the Best Self Journal right in your tablet.
The only thing keeping me from using it on a regular basis is the longevity. I have paper and bullet journals going back over 6 years. But I have had at least 2 or 3 new iPads in that same period and the majority of the documents and especially GoodNotes have been lost, mot compatible with an upgrade, or in a file that is no longer functioning. I have books on my shelf that I read 30 years ago that I can access at anytime but I can’t look at pictures or video of my son’s 1st birthday because they are on a CD-Rom that I cannot access.
I am all for the use of digital technology to progress society but there is still something to be said for ink and paper to last through generations.
Outstanding Quality, Sharp, Easy To Use, Just Like The Real Thing
I am a long-time user of the original Self Journal, but after transferring so much of my classwork to the iPad, I've been using Goodnotes for everything. This was an amazing idea to add this to the Goodnotes compatible format. The detail is sharp and all of the pages are just like the original. Great work whoever made the GoodNotes version!
As a friendly suggestion, I would include photos of the digital version in the photos for the item so that your user-base can see how sharp it really is (this was a bit of a gamble on my part, but turned out OK).