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just been listening to my favourite Radio station. Times Radio.
Giles Brandreth was on and he was talking about keeping a daily diary.
This I have been doing now for a few years now. But it is not a traditional diary.
It's the diary on my phone.
The reason I do this is because I have memory problems. Reading a brief description of a daily entrance will nine times out of ten spark a memory.
This is what I need.
I used to think it was a bit of boring write up when I mentioned of all things what I have eaten for that day. But the above mentioned says he put this info into his Diary.
Obviously, I need a diary to sort of keep my hectic mind In order.
Without giving out any private details, what do you write in your diary?
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