A simple org-mode based journaling mode
- type my timestamped notes
I can do this from any buffer in Emacs, so it's really convenient to stop in the middle of something, jot down a note, and then go right back to what I was doing. I develop iOS/macOS software right now, so the switch to Emacs from Xcode is a little more friction than I used to have, but it's so useful I don't mind it at all.
I have a weekly journal in a directory for the year, titled week number-month-day that started that week (this week's is `34_08-23`)
Doom Emacs config (by elken)
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