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Last week’s Hobonichi spread

Last week’s Hobonichi spread

Just wanted to pop in and share last week’s Hobo spread and check in on my productivity for the week. I read an amazing book (Sing, Unburied, Sing — but more about that soon!) that was short but very heavy, so it took the entire week. So I didn’t meet all of my reading goals, but …

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

I wasn’t planning on a Tuesday post this week, but here I am: hopped up on tea and ready to write! I thought I’d share a snapshot of last week’s spread in my planner and discuss my productivity for the week. Last week was a great week for me! I had Monday off for a scheduled …

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Writing Priorities

Writing Priorities

I always start these posts thinking I’m going to be wise and insightful, but come off sounding whiny. I apologize in advance, but please know that I am using my very serious and very thoughtful voice and not my but life is so unfair! voice. I want to do more. I want to create something fantastic and …

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August 2017 Hobonichi Flip Through

August 2017 Hobonichi Flip Through

I went on an on about my excitement over September in my post on Friday, so I won’t put you through that again. Just kidding – yes, I will! I LOVE September in New Hampshire! Yesterday we drove up to the mountains to see if the trees were changing, and they are. We had the …

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How I’m Using the Hobonichi

How I’m Using the Hobonichi

When I bought my Hobonichi Techo Cousin, I was worried that I would only use certain layouts and would have giant swaths of blank pages. It took me a few weeks to find my groove, but I’m now happy to share that I’m using all of the layouts. This is a fluid process and bound …

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July 2017 Hobonichi Flip Through

July 2017 Hobonichi Flip Through

Yesterday I shared my July 2017 Morning Pages and today I’m sharing the second part of my morning ritual: my hobonichi. Soon I’ll write about how I use each section of my planner, which changes based on need, like any good bullet journal. But today is just a quick flip through of my July 2017 …

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