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What is the importance of personal dairy writing? Do you think it is a good habi

  1. anusujith profile image80
    anusujithposted 6 years ago

    What is the importance of personal dairy writing? Do you think it is a good habit...

  2. JKenny profile image91
    JKennyposted 6 years ago

    It can be, I've tried them before, but I often lose interest in them. I prefer dream journals, its so interesting to look back and see what kind of weird dreams I've had.

  3. avorodisa profile image85
    avorodisaposted 6 years ago

    For some people writing is like... breathing. It surely is a good habit. Maybe even some kind of therapy. Sometimes you have thoughts that others might find strange or annoying when you share them, or you just don't want to share your thoughts with others because you are not sure of their reaction. So you write. Then you read. Then you compare what you were like and what you have become.

  4. Angelme566 profile image60
    Angelme566posted 6 years ago

    Writing is all the time a good habit. It can make you express , and at same time it can make you lear n something from others.  It can make your production and fight stagnation. It can make you great and famous one day.

  5. dinkan53 profile image77
    dinkan53posted 6 years ago

    Some people enjoy the way of getting all their thoughts and emotions out of themselves and down on paper, while others simply enjoy documenting the events of their lives in a diary. Remember one of the famous quotes “The positive thing about writing is that you connect with yourself in the deepest way, and that’s heaven. You get a chance to know who you are, to know what you think. You begin to have a relationship with your mind.” — Natalie Goldberg

  6. petenali profile image84
    petenaliposted 6 years ago

    First off, your question made me chuckle, as I did not know what "dairy" writing was... do you write on a cow's back or something?  Amazing how a typo can change the meaning of the question eh?

    Anyhow, to answer your intended question, I do not keep a diary.  I do, however like to journal my thoughts.  It is not a strict daily exercise, but rather more an as-and-when set up.  If I encounter something that influences my life I write it in my journal. 
    Numerous times I have gone back over old journal entries and re-learned the point that I truly thought I had already learned.  It goes to show that great truths and revelations are timeless.

    Good question...

  7. M K Paul profile image73
    M K Paulposted 6 years ago

    Yes, I think it is a very good habit.It helps you to express you daily thought and sometimes relax you from your daily life tension.After a long days, when you have time to read your diary, you also feel good to remember your past activity.

  8. vims003 profile image48
    vims003posted 6 years ago

    its really a good habit.it will help you to recollect the days incidents and you can prepare for tomorrow.It will help you to increase your confident level.it will help you to fix the goals.

 
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