If you are constantly on your phone and always have it with you, then a journaling app may be a better fit for you; or, if you constantly make excuses to not use your physical journal (ie, I left it in the bedroom and I don’t wanna get up and get it) then there is no reason to force yourself to use it.
On the flip side, some may enjoy the feeling of using a physical journal: the act of writing; the feel and smell of the paper; the scratching of the pen on the paper; etc. Also, it is always good to disconnect from everything every once in a while, so a physical journal can help you accomplish a break from technology and the goal of journaling.
I’m of the opinion that using both is the best. Sometimes it is just easier to access your phone, so use that. Sometimes you need that five or ten minutes away from it all, so use a real journal and enjoy the feeling of it!
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