37% of journalers have had a journal lost or destroyed.

Here are some other interesting stats on how many of these journals are lost:

  • 21 percent of journalers have lost a journal by misplacing it (these are probably mostly handwritten).
  • 13 percent have lost their journal to a computer crash.
  • 2 percent have been destroyed in an accident (e.g. House fire, water)
  • 0.5 percent have been lost in a natural disaster (e.g. tornado, flood, hurricane, earthquake)

This is a total of 36.5 percent! Wow, who would have thought this many people have experienced losing their journal?

Can your journal survive this? Pyxlin can.

Could your personal journal/diary survive this? pyxlin can.


May 14, 2007. discussions, journal research, Uncategorized.

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