I'm thinking of starting a digital grimoire to work with instead of a paper one since that seems to demotivate me from keeping one at all. What are some apps or programs or anything else that you've used that seem good for a digital grimoire?
Literally any text document should suffice. Adobe acrobat, Microsoft Word, Notepad, etc. Depending on what you're looking to do with it. Acrobat will be the most flexible with combing images and text, but if it's just text Microsoft Word will do just fine.
I used a notebook app for a time, I could make different notebooks for different topics, not much in the way of pictures, but it was good for text. I know there are some notebook apps that do pictures as well.
Other apps you might find of interest would be moon phase, astrology, tarot, oracle cards, plant identification, there are also a slew of apps on witchcraft and magic, most are not all that good, but some can be helpful.
Re: Digital Grimoire? By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 8 Dec 18, 2020
I keep a digital Book of Shadows/Grimoire on my computer and also backed up on a stick drive. Then I can print off the parts I want to put into a hard-copy Book of Shadows. (I'm a belt and suspenders sort of person! )
My computerized version is done on Microsoft Office where I've created a folder for it and then sub-folders for the different topics.
Personally I would use a blog with tagging features or something like that, for me it helps with organization and looking back at dates and also reflecting on my old writing without feeling the need to delete. I second everyone saying notes app or document, but if you want to make it public maybe even learning to use and personalize a site like wix, WordPress, Blogger, or even theage old Tumblr. Good luck!