I've just done a cleanup of my main Opera session (running on Linux, I only close it when the machine is rebooted, so it's been running for 40 days now - hence has lots of tabs open (around 140 pre-cleanup)), and took 33 journals (mostly LJ, some other) over to a Mozilla window. I've decided that it's a bit nicer to have both separate windows and tabs (which Mozilla does) - that way I can have, for example, a Journals window and a Comics window and so on. Better still, I can bookmark each group of tabs, since the contents of these windows will remain fairly static over time (and if I pick up a new comic or journal, I can re-bookmark). I'll keep Opera for general browsing, particularly Googling - because Opera continually saves its tab state, I can open as many links as I want, leave them there as long as I want, and if something untoward should happen (Opera crash, machine reboot, etc), I know I won't lose anything. I am somewhat easily distractable, so I need to use "surfaces" around me to act as my short-term memory of what I'm up to - Opera is that surface on the computer.
So, the question is - at what point do you say you're "addicted" to Journaling ? (I still refuse to say "blogging" :-) )