No personal website is more personal than an online diary. When you write a diary online, you create something that is intimate. You tell about your hopes, your dreams, and your desires. Every day or week you go onto your website and write about all the things you did and how they made you feel. You describe moments in your life that you may not want close friends and family to know about. Yet you write them online for all the world to see.
Share your mood then you'll easily see how you felt on a day thanks to our calendar
Blog your daily life - your travels and easily share it with your friends and family - or get a Bullet Journal and much more on BlogIt
BlogIt is an application yes, but also a website! Everything you post here will create YOUR own website, without you to need to do anything!
1) Keep it simple with plain text, or share quotes.
2) Enhance your images with 12 built in custom filters.
3) Record or upload a video clip.
4) Share youtube videos
5) Share your website URL, accessible on web or mobile.
6) Personal calendar to track your posts and mood
7) Possibility to export each of your articles into PDF
8) Get your personal map
9) Get your Blog
- Don’t miss any of the new articles of people you follow
- Share like and comment the articles you love
- Discover new people and articles at a glance
- In each article you post you can share photos, videos and youtube videos
- Change your color mood
- Send messages to users
- See how many people have viewed, liked or commentes your article
- Share your website
Find any memory easily:
• Powerful search
• Favorite entries
• Browse by calendar, mood or maps
Why Write an Online Diary?
Why would anyone put their most intimate thoughts online or write about things they wouldn't tell their mothers? You'd probably be surprised to find out that most online diarists are not eccentric or flamboyant people. Most are regular, everyday people. Some are single people who are looking to find themselves, some are business people trying to deal with their stressful lives, and some are parents who like to talk about their kids.
Some people choose to write a blog instead of an online diary website. A blog is great for people who don't have the time to create an entire website and keep it updated. All you have to do is sign up and start writing. Updating is done easily in just a few minutes.
If you want something much more personal that illustrates who you are and not just what you do, then an online diary website may be the best way to go. An online diary is more personal than a blog because you add more to it than just your entries. You have a home page that tells people what they will find on your site complete with images that set the mood.
Don't Be Afraid
If you're afraid to create an online diary because you think your friends and family might find it and read it, don't be. Many online diarists use a fake name so no one will ever know who they are.
Writing your diary online does not make you an outlandish, bizarre or freakish person. It just makes you a person who wants to create a website so you can tell all about yourself, your family and your interests. It makes you a person who wants to keep track of your life in a new, modern way and doesn't mind if other people read it and are, possibly, inspired by it.
Make journaling a part of your life.
Blog or write a diary as never been so easy! Just login and we take care of all fancy things.
If you want you'll have your own web site which you can choose your design for free.
Easily share on any social media a link of you entry.
People don't need to have a BlogIt account to send a comment on your website :)
BlogIt has been created to bring writing to all users easily. So you don't have any excuse to not start writing today!
Be creative and have fun !
We've added support for Apple Watch where you'll be able to quickly share your mood.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Navigation could be better
I just signed up and am excited to start posting but I wish it was easier to discover people to follow. I can’t seem to find a blog homepage. When I click their name I only get the latest post. I want to know what all of their posts are like before I follow them to make sure I am going to like reading all their stuff. So far it seems awesome but I’m wanting some examples of what the community is like before I jump in. I guess I will have to just post and see if maybe this opens things up for me. But so far the navigation is rigid and exploring is not easy. Even hashtag searches are not really helping me find general blogs or to even know if that person only did one post about that or if they blog about that regularly. I can’t see bio descriptions or anything else. Super disappointed in the interface and navigation.
I’m having trouble
I’m Reia Chapel I’ve been using your blog over a year now and suddenly today it asked me to access password and email when I did it said its wrong and I have it written down on my notebook. I love this blog but it doesn’t let me change password. Unless I have Facebook and I don’t have any. I’m trying to access online it won’t let me either my entire writings are there!!! I uploaded all of them on Twitter and I keep trying to log in but it won’t let me
Like it but slow
I like this app and the way it is set up but it is so slow I feel like it takes so long to load anything. Am I the only one? Also I wish it was easier to search for others who have this app from my area or who are my friends on Facebook.
- henri gil
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Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © Henri Gil
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.