I would recommend you not to do so. I see your logs similarity is 90% according to PGC, which is a lot! I am quite against universal logs, since they are not helpful to anyone to anything, except for you getting the point (especially when they are very long as your have average of 345 words!).
When you already found a time to go out, find and log the cache in the field, you should be able to find at least a minute to think about the find at home and write at least a sentence about the cache you found. Did you consider how time consuming is the maintenance of the cache and how a sentence or two in the log can give a feeling of gratitude for the cache?
A good log is not only for you, getting the point for your statistics, but also for the cache owner (usually the only reward he will get), for the other cachers who might find them helpful when solving the mystery, searching for answers or for the final container and even for you in a years time, when you will get back and you would like to recall the moment you wisited this special place.
Clearly, there are many caches that do not match all the conditions above (Powertrails, long series of same caches, ...), which are really only for the point. There are many tools outside of PGC, that can do that (google for geocahing mass log -- I really do not use any and I do not want to recommend any).