Basics 2: Magical Diary

The Point

1). A means of improving magical methods by acting as a record of experiments;
2). A goad to further work (there’s nothing quite like a blank page to give you a kick up the arse);
3). A method of integration;
4). The provision of a better record than your memory;
5). The diary renders predilections explicit, either as an indicator for specialisation or high time you tried something new.

The Practice

1). Get a fancy journal;
2). Record your magical activity every day. That means, if you did nothing, write it down!
3). Include: Date, Time, Activity, Results and any speculations.

Expected results

Keeping a magical diary will make you a better magician for all of the reasons given under ‘The Point’.