You’re recording your life. Day by day. In your ownwords. First hand. It’s more like an autobiography. And you’re the only reader.

After a few years you’ll go through it’s pages. You’ll be reading yourself. One day at a time.

One little, 13 year old girl picked up this beautiful habit way long back. Millions of people still cry for her decades later. Yes we are talking bout Anne Frank!

A diary, then, in its simplest form, is a record of each day. Keeping a diary is a matter of keeping a record of what happens in your life: the interesting and the mundane, and your thoughts and feelings about both.

Diaries can also be used for very specific purposes. For example, those who think that they may have a food allergy may be encouraged to keep a food diary for a few weeks to record everything that they eat, and any incidence of discomfort to see if there is a pattern. Similarly, you may keep a diary to record your stress levels or episodes of depression. Here again, a diary is a record of each day, but for a particular reason.


To start a diary, all you need is a willingness to write. Start by figuring out what you want to write in your journal. If you aren’t sure, simply start writing and see where that leads. It can also be useful to set a time limit in your early writing sessions. Set an alarm for 10 to 20 minutes and start writing.

Keeping a diary is a great way to record your growth and personal development. More entries will allow you to look back and see what has changed over time. The earlier you start, the more grateful you will be later on.

Write about the events of your day. Think about everything that happened that day and record any highlights or feelings that stand out to you. Even if you had a pretty standard day, you might be surprised by deeper thoughts and feelings that come up as you write down details about your day.

  • Feel free to veer off into any topic you want as you’re writing about the day’s events.
  • For example, you could write about the English exam you took at school that day. Are you feeling good about the exam? Do you wish you had studied more? Are you nervous to receive your grade?

Contemplate your goals for the future and how to achieve them. Make a list of your short-term and long-term goals. Then, go through each item on the list and write in detail about your plan to accomplish the goal. Breaking each goal up into smaller tasks that you can work on can make your goals feel less overwhelming.[1]

  • For example, you could write about short-term goals like studying for your algebra exam or hitting the gym for a cardio session.
  • Long-term goals would be stuff like choosing and applying to colleges or saving up money to buy a car.

Jot down your current feelings or mood.
 Don’t worry about providing any context for your emotions, just focus on accurately describing what they are. You can then use those feelings and thoughts as prompts for creating detailed diary entries. Work on one thought or emotion at a time and explore it as fully as you can.

  • For example, if you’re feeling sad, you can write a diary entry about why you feel that way and any events that may have contributed.
  • You can add a line from the lyrics of a song you are often listening to in your entry to preserve the current mood.

Write down inspirational quotes and what they mean to you. Inspirational quotes can come from anywhere—a famous person, your favorite book or movie, or even a friend or a family member. Any quote you find inspiring is a great starting point. Record the quote in your diary and note where it came from. Then, explain what it means to you in your own words.[2]

  • For example, you might write down a quote like, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started,” which came from Mark Twain. Write a diary entry about what this means to you and what things you need to get started on to achieve certain goals.\


Well the idea is so logical right, As they say that sorrow can be best dealt with,if distributed, and rather than sharing it with some third person,H,w about sharing it with your Personal Diary?

The idea is insanely practical ,Right?


Now, gone are the times when books weren’t judged based on their covers .Precisely ,You need a diary which is appealing enough to get you ,write down the needful, every single day.

Our Designers at Writenery Figured it out back then! ‘’Designs never sleep, neither do writenery designers’’

To rephrase it, our designers are always digging deep into the

Permutations of Creative stationary domains.


After acing her design-centric career and serving her clients with the utmost professionalism, our founder Mrs. Pragya Varma aimed to pave the way for Ambitious Indian minds, with Classy handpicked stationery pieces.

She aims to garnish the productive spaces of millennials with pocket friendly stationery pieces influenced by with urban design quotient.

Believe me, you are not alone when it comes to buying and hoarding stationery or a personal diary. Searching #StationeryAddict on Instagram yields over 1,318,521 posts demonstrating people’s passion for stationery and the commitment that goes into creating collections of pens, pencils, and calendars. Well, writenery is someone you can trust with your eyes closed when it comes to ‘’Quality Stationary’’. You probably also have colour-coordinated Post-it Notes as well as fountain pens, markers, and highlighters in various shades. You may not have ever written a letter, but you probably have envelopes of various shapes and sizes. Oh, and don’t forget about all the scissors you own, but only use the oldest ones.

Well this is just the beginning and we have already built an organic community with a knack for abstract designs and patterns, which we are grateful for. As quoted earlier that ‘’Writenery designers never sleep’’ as they are busy toying with infinite creative patterns, to serve you with best-in-class stationery and personal diary pieces. This is all from our side, Go check out the latest writenery range on web and order the most appealing ones now.


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