Can I take a minute to just focus on the fact that we’ve finished the 34th week of the year? How? When? Where did it all go? And that’s one of the things that I love about blogging — I might think that I’ve done nothing, but I know better.Thanks to my habit tracker, currently in my Hobonichi Weeks, I keep up with my daily/weekly tasks, the habits I’m developing, and my writing time. On the other side of the spread, I write down a few memories from the day. It’s been a lovely practice and I can’t wait to share last week’s pages with you.
I gave myself a bit of a break last week. It was our last week before officially starting school, so I just ignored some of the things on my task list! Like everyone’s sheets? We can all go a week without having our sheets washed. Everyone survived, smelled fine, and I can get back on track with that again this week!
We’re in that weird in-between weather season – some days feel just like fall! And others feel like we’re in the pits of summer. But I’ve got my eye on the fall – it’s coming! It was hard to track the daily weather this week because it would be nice and sunny all day, then a few clouds would roll in with a quick thunderstorm, and then the clouds would be gone and it would sunny again. Is that partly cloudy with rain? Even if the clouds were only around for an hour? Ahhh— another downfall of only using pictures to document something as complicated as the weather!
I only got takeout once last week, which was much better than the week before! But I didn’t meal plan or go grocery shopping like I said I would, so I’m not sure how I’m going to feed us all this week. So let’s hope that I can pull it together today and come up with a plan!
Now it’s your turn! I’d love to see or read about your notebooks. This is meant to be a source of inspiration and a chance to think a bit more deeply about the benefits you get from your notebooks. If you’ve written a blog post about them recently, please share a link in the link up below! It will be open all week until we gather again on Monday.