Simple CLI tool to help with keeping a work/personal journal
Journal is a Python command line tool to help with keeping a journal for work, personal, or any reason really! Inspired by Peter Lyons’ [article](http://peterlyons.com/leveling_up.html) on career development, my own experiences, and too much free time.
- Python (Tested on Python 2.5, 2.6, 2.7)
- [Blog post about Journal](http://asktherelic.com/2011/08/16/journaling/)
pip install journal
The journal command should now be available on your command line.
It’s as simple as:
$ journal “Task foo completed”
and a ~/.journal/[CURRENT DATE].txt file will be created using the current date, with a timestamp and your entry. Just continue to enter your tasks through the days and weeks and build a record of your work.
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