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A diary is a record (originally in handwritten format) with discrete entries ordered by date reporting on what has happened over the course of a day or other period. A personal diary may include a person's experiences, and/or thoughts or feelings, including comment on current events outside the writer's direct experience. Someone who keeps a diary is known as a diarist. Diaries undertaken for institutional purposes play a role in many aspects of human civilization, including government records business ledgers and military records.

Usually the term is today employed for personal diaries, normally intended to remain private or to have a limited circulation amongst friends or relatives. The word “journal" might be sometimes used for “diary, " but generally a diary has (or intends to have) daily entries, whereas journal-writing can be done not as often.

Whilst a diary may offer information for a memoir, autobiography or biography, it is generally not writtenintentionally to be published as it stands, but for the author's own use. Nevertheless, in recent years, there is internal evidence in some diaries (e. g. , such as those of Ned Rorem, Alan Clark, Tony Benn or Simon Gray) that they are written with eventual publication in mind, with the intention of self-vindication or just to make profit.

The extension of the term diary is also used to mean a printed publication of a written diary; and may also refer to other terms of journal including electronic formats.

Of course there are many other types of diaries and not just the kind where one puts their thoughts into. For example, many diaries are planners or contain calendars that have the date and day. They help with keeping up to date with business life or personal life. People often record different events that will take place on certain dates, in case one forgets about it. For example, if someone has a business meeting, or is supposed to meet up with a friend, they will often write it in a diary for a record of reference. Diaries are good memory holders. Diaries are great for organisation of a busy lifestyle. It is hard for many people to remember every single thing they plan on doing on certain days. It is easy to forget important tasks. Keeping a diary is a great way to keep every life in check and removes the burden of having to remember every single thing you ought to be doing.

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