How to Write a Diary

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Post by Steve on Sun Mar 17 2013, 16:25

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How to Write a Diary

Diaries are great ways to keep track of your dogs past and think about your dogs future. You can make predictions about what will happen and see if they come true, and you can see how you changed over time, and read over memories, having a few laughs. Anyone can write a diary.

  1. Put the date or some sequence information in the diary, maybe at the top of the page. (example: 12-11-2007) Other ways might be 12:11:07, day # 123 of your dog life, or you can put the year at the corner of the topic to show that it all takes place in the year. If all else fails, just write 12:11.

  2. Start writing the diary only if you really have interest in it.

  3. Try to write your dog diary at night because in that way, you can describe the entire day and schedule. There is no point writing a diary when you wake up because you cant write anything about your dog.

  4. If you want, you can add photos on various topic

  5. If you have not written in the diary for a few weeks, then do not worry about it. You can surely put up the new date and give the reason and apologize for it. After all, it is your friend! For example, - Sorry I could not write to you. I was terribly busy.

  6. Feel free to tell us anything about your day with your dog(s). Walks, meals, good and bad behaviour, and anything else you feel like sharing.

  7. Close with your name. You can also add your dog name. If you want to, end your entry with "Bye" or "Good night." Remember that this is completely optional.

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