Choosing personal catchwords seems to have taken over from making lists of resolutions, at least among the people I know.
A list of nineteen fun activities for 2019 makes me shivery with anticipation. The year, all 365 days of it, stretches from here to a point somewhere just over my horizon.
My successes and failures 2018 seem to balance out. My light-hearted list of eighteen things to do in 2018 was inspired by creative Perth bloggers, Amanda Kendle and Aggie Lim.
Ruling the roost is this week’s subject of a photo challenge on a site which I really like. (Nan’s Farm Inside Out.) The authors encourage participants to post photos of pets ruling the roost, or pets which may have ruled the roost in the past.
The bullet journal craze hit my radar with a bang a few weeks ago. Everyone who knows a bit about me, as well as many of my acquaintances, know I’ve always been a lists person.
Looking for ways to weather winter? Bored with the rain and cold? Here’s a starter list of things to do that cost nothing or very little and are also fun.
Memory aids. Think mnemonics, aide-mes or more boring, reminder notes and mind joggers. Think, if you must, of lists to aid memory, although I strongly believe are amazing creative props.
Way back when this year was young, I brashly published a blog with my list of eighteen things I’d do in 2018.
Tickets to the ballet, La Sylphide, formed part of John’s and my Christmas present from one of my daughters. The gift also included the company of my daughter and three of my adult granddaughters at the theatre last Saturday night.
Writing every day might sound like hard work, but I really believe there are many reasons for taking up this rewarding practice.