Hobonichi Weeks – Week 29 of 2020

I use my blogging time on Monday mornings to take a look back at the previous week. I fill in my Hobonichi Weeks every day: on the left side of the spread, I write a few sentences about each day. Sometimes it's gratitude or gripes, sometimes it's just something I want to remember, and sometimes... Continue Reading →

Hobonichi Weeks – Week 27 of 2020

On Monday mornings I spend my blogging time reflecting on the week that just ended. By documenting each day in my Hobonichi Weeks, it's easy to look back and see what worked and what didn't the week before. I use my Weeks to track my daily/weekly tasks, the habits I'm working to strengthen, and my... Continue Reading →

Hobonichi Weeks – Week 25 of 2020

On Monday mornings I like to spend a few minutes reflecting back on the week that just ended. My trusted Hobonichi Weeks helps me with this - I use its lush tamoe river paper to track my daily/weekly tasks, my daily habits that I'm working to strengthen, and my writing time each day. On the... Continue Reading →

Hobonichi Weeks – Week 22 of 2020

How do you even write a post when we're in the midst of such unrest in the US? How do I do anything except stay glued to the TV? It's moments such as these that I'm thankful for the habits I've cultivated - without them, I'd feel completely unmoored right now. My Hobonichi Weeks has... Continue Reading →

Hobonichi Weeks – Week 21 of 2020

Greetings, friends! On Mondays I take a few moments to reflect back on the week that just ended. I track my days in my Hobonichi Weeks. The weekly format is perfect for leaving the previous week behind - well documented, of course - and starting fresh each Monday morning. In my Weeks, I track my... Continue Reading →

Hobonichi Weeks – Week 16 of 2020

I hope you had a great weekend. Last Friday I made a wish for warmer weather and time in the garden, yet woke up to snow on Saturday morning! Luckily, nothing stuck and we had a beautiful Sunday. On Mondays I share the previous week's planner spread. I use a Hobonichi Weeks, which I adore.... Continue Reading →

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