It's the small blue journal in my second desk drawer down
January 5, 2013 12:30 PM Subscribe
If you keep a diary or other secret papers, do you have a plan for what happens to it if something happens to you?
posted by dawkins_7 to Human Relations (25 answers total) 17 users marked this as a favorite
For example, if you keep a journal or diary that you would rather your family not see, do you have a trusted friend in charge of getting it and destroying it in the event that something happens to you and you can't get to it?
I've seen some previous AskMe questions about what to do with old diaries but this would be a current diary that you need to keep going and need to keep the pages, for whatever reason. (Keeping it in a digital format is not an option for various reasons.)
I keep mine at work so that's good for keeping it away from prying eyes at home but I'm thinking about asking my boss or my best friend to come and clean out my office if something happened to me and make sure that particular journal gets destroyed.
I'm not interested in ways to encode the diary or change how I keep it since it's really working for me the way it is now.
I was just curious if any of you have any plans like this in place.