The Journal Newsletter
A new release of The Journal 6 is now available. Check out “The Journal News” below to see what’s been fixed/added.
This month’s tip shows you how to include the number of years in a special day reminder, and we have a couple new writing prompts.
I hope your 2013 Holiday Season is filled with family, fun and festivities!
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The Journal News
The Journal 7 is the current release.
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If you are using The Journal 6 (or an earlier version):
TIP: Birthday and Anniversary Number Display
Special Day reminders for Birthdays and Anniversaries can now display the year (e.g., 12th Birthday, or 23rd Anniversary).
1. When creating the Birthday or Anniversary reminder, give the full date of the birth or special day.
2. In the reminder’s “Name/Description”, use either the %yy or %yyth macro. Use %yy to display the simple year. Use %yyth to display the year like “1st”, “2nd”, “17th”.
My Birthday (%yy years old)
My Birthday (45 years old)
Susan & David’s %yyth Anniversary
Susan & David’s 20th Anniversary
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter/inspiration: “Leftover Turkey”
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter/inspiration: “Regifting”
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