You don't need too many words to write in another language. You just need probably 200-500. The rest of the words you can learn as you go.
The content is entirely up to you.
It can of course be a recall of your deepest sorrows and your best achievements, but it can as well be a description of your day or your thoughts about the city you live in or a movie you’ve watched.
Start experimenting and having fun with your personal diary!
If you have no or not much experience with journaling, writing about what you do or feel might feel awkward in the beginning.
Doing it in a different language can give less of an awkward feeling — because the foreign language creates a certain distance between yourself and the words you write.
Start experimenting and having fun with your personal diary ! Feel free to draw, change colors, write down quotations, make a list of your future plans, write about the books you’ve read and the movies that have moved you to tears, the people that have changed your life and the places in your city which you like the most.
Nobody holds you accountable for your language progress — this diary can be your own project to look back on and forward to !
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