When you write a diary in Japanese, you don't set rules for what to write and how much to write. Likewise, you don't need rules for keep writing a diary in English. Well, so today I will talk about how to keep writing a diary in English!
Actually, when I searched for "How to keep writing a diary in English" in Japanese (I know, it's a bit strange to say that), I found a weird advice which says "Start off, for your English diary, decide how much to write every day."... Isn't it strange? In my case, I didn't decide how much to write per day for my English diary.
I just write something what I want to write on that day, so the amount of words I need is just depending on what I write. For example, if I'm tired or discouraged by something, it can'be very short. On the other hand, if something happens to me (or to my friends or family), I might write a lot of words becuase I want to express my emotion onto my diary!
I agree that generally people write a diary at night. But honestly, it doesn't need to be always at night because if you could quickly note your emotion onto your diary, it would be much easier! So if you really like learning English, just follow your heart and write your own words at any time.
When you write a diary, it doesn't need to be always something perfect, something fun, or something happy. You can also complain about what you didn't like, what you're confused, what you're bored and what you're angry at. Moreover, not only something what you've done or you've felt, but you can also write something what you couldn't do!
Well, that's all for today. Thank you for reading always, and see you next time!