I realised that I hadn't written my daily log since the 18th of March - my wife's birthday. We had to cancel our trip away but I still took the leave from work. Just as with the morning pages, the break meant I didn't feel the need to write the log but then everything changed and I never got back in the habit.

It's time to get going again.

The log was meant to celebrate the good that came from each day, even if small, and to be a record of key events so as to give each day its own identity. Now that we are in isolation this is more important than ever rather than have everything blur in to one homogeneous mass.

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