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Keeping a Journal

While writing my book project, I have found it very helpful to have kept a journal.  A journal can be a notebook that you carry around, or keep at your bedside.   It can also be a daily log of events that is kept in a notebook.    I have known people who simply wrote daily events on their monthly calendars.  It worked out great.  I keep mine on my laptop.

On a daily basis, I update  my medical log/journal to record happenings.  I list times, dates, medical personnel, and procedures.  It’s nice for my own information, for my book writing project, and for recordkeeping purposes.  For instance, when medical bills start coming in, I have something in writing verifying events that occurred.

In summary, keeping a journal is a great writing goal to strive for.  Keep things on track.

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