Dear Diary Day
Dear Diary, on September 22nd each year, we honor the way you help us record our lives. Write an additional entry on Dear Diary Day. Consider starting one for those that don't keep a diary.
Studies have shown that writing our thoughts in a written form every day reduces anxiety and stress. This is also known as journaling. In addition, it expands our vocabulary and language skills.
We organize our thoughts and create strategies for dealing with our everyday struggles by writing our stressors out on paper or tapping them out on the computer. We focus our attention on resolving problems and achieving goals through long-term journaling and diary-keeping. A diary will provide many benefits, including memories, over time. We can see our successes and learn from our mistakes.
But diaries aren't just for reducing anxiety. They give us a glimpse into how we change and remind us of events long forgotten. In addition, diaries provide a roadmap for future generations. Although many people think of diaries as a place to hold precious information, they also provide an insight into how life has changed from one generation to another. They serve as a reminder of ways long forgotten, words that are no longer in use, or attitudes that were once acceptable.
How to handle a special diary day
Write a special entry in your diary and take a look back. See how your diary has progressed. Consider starting one if you have one. Find out the diaries of famous people on the internet. To post on social media, post your favorite entry and use #DearDiaryDay to post.
The dear diary day of history is the oldest diary day in the United States
Dear Diary Day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy of Wellcat.com.
Q. What kinds of diaries do people keep?
A. People keep a variety of diaries. Weather diaries are used by many people to keep track of weather changes from year to year. These diaries are usually specific to the individual's place – their home. A garden diary is a similar diary to a garden diary. People keep track of the plants they grow in this type of diary. They will record when they plant, when a species blooms, insects are found, when they fertilize, harvest, and how plants respond to various types of weather.
People also keep food, work, maternity, travel, idea, passion, fitness, art, and writing diaries.
Q. Is it important to write every day when keeping a diary?
A. Depending on the type of diary you're keeping, it's often necessary to write in it every day. Changes in health or reactions to food are used by diaries to track changes in diet or food reactions. Writing everything you eat in this type of diary and your body's reaction to it helps you and your doctor determine if something is causing allergies or other adverse reactions.
Writing in a travel diary can only occur when traveling to new destinations and meeting new people. Many that keep dream diaries will usually only write when they have a dream.