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    hayom --on 'last Tuesday'

## Editing

For any of the filtering commands, if you add `-e`/`--edit`, those entries will
pop up in the editor of your choice. There, you can add extra entries, change
timestamps, delete entries, and whatever else floats your boat. For example, to
edit everything I wrote yesterday, I might do

    hayom -f yesterday -e

## Multiple Journals

You can have multiple journals. If you do, simply specify the journal you want