I love challenges of all kinds – its a way to get my creative juices going and get me creating with a purpose. That’s what my new Saturday post about
A layout (January) and my story
Inspirational : colors,quotes and pictures
Post layout on Lisa K Challenge Group -under that month thread!
Layout : for 3 photo’s
January Colors /quotes
My January story : Snow
I am from Louisiana but I moved away for my job ,married and lived in the Midwest for many years. Snow was something I had to get use too living with and driving in. But my son loved Snow ! He would press his face to the window and say – Outside Snow! He loved playing in it and even cleaning up outside with Dad from the Snow. Now living in Louisiana we get snow maybe very few years -actually last year this time we had Snow and it shut down the state. But still : January Snow …. Lisa
Wends day is planner day with lots of fun projects to make your life easier:
a person who makes plans.
a list or chart with information that is an aid to planning.
“my day planner”
My today’s Planner is from Simple stories Shop Here
But it’s an actual small album with a calendar /planner inserts . Also I have add some photo pages to the album for each week. .
What I love about this is I made my own planner that fits my needs . I wanted something compact that I could write in, keep track of goals & items and also be a place that i could enjoy daily pictures of friends and family that is part of my daily life.
On my Weekly Ca lander : It’s important dates to remember for the family & blog post.On the picture inserts -I have a fun school quote , Daily Goals and my tracker for the month. Flip it over and I have family pictures and some fun saying. Perfect for my collection of Project life cards I have or make your own.
This Week Dates :
My Son’s Birthday is Friday (18th)
Sunday is Move in Day at College,
My Tracker : Extra Glass of water a day.
My Quote : Dear Math ! I’am not a therapist .Solve your own problems.
Julia's recipes and commentary, straight to you from Iowa City! Normally, they're based around what looks good at the local farmers market. And yes, they're all out of order since they were copied over from Philip's flower blog which you should also check out -- see the link at right...
Peripatetic philomaths...focusing on what's really important, eating ethically and cleanly, fermenting, foraging/wildcrafting, practicing herbalism, and being responsible stewards of our land. Sharing our photos, musings, and learnings. Still seeking our tribe.