Thursday, September 02, 2010

Something every day?

learn something new (almost) every day
So, Shimelle runs a class every year which encourages us to look for lessons in our lives, and record them in a creative way. I've done the class since it started (because once you've done it once, you can take part each year for free) and I have two completed albums from 2006 & 07, then a year when I didn't do anything, and last year I got halfway and then stopped.


lsned
This year, I am being realistic. I know that there will be days when I don't feel like doing anything. I know that crafting is difficult because I am not in my own home right now. But, I also know that having a creative project to work on will help to keep me motivated. My previous journals are fun to look back on and see what was happening in my life. I don't think this one is necessarily going to be fun but the lessons learned will still be important.


pages
I've prepared as much as I can - made the book, decorated all the pages, and stamped a load of journalling spots ready to write on. In theory, all I need to do each day is write a sentence and stick it in. Let's see how far I get!

5 comments:

Jhayboy said...

Simply beautiful - I look forward to what you add in everyday - ...

here's mmy link - Day 1 & 2

Jhay

Karen said...

Kat, little things are sometimes the only ones you can cope with, so recording them and seeing them as steps along the way are really important; keep going, keep doing it, and keep improving - you will get there x

Iara said...

your book looks great! I loved it when I saw the picture in the forum! I wish you all the best this month, this is a book you will sure cherish forever.

LadyBug said...

Your LS(n)EV sounds like a great plan to keep you crafting even if your not really feeling in that crafting mood. 0

Bubbles said...

Great way to try and keep craftingly motivated :) The book looks great already - hope we all get to see it finished too - it's gonna be fantastic!