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I love the empty pages, the smoothness of the paper, the compact size, the attractive selection of covers, the potential of the empty book just waiting to be filled with wonderful things: Here are ten of the twelve journals currently in my possession: I forgot to include the other two when I took the picture.
And I had two more but I gave them away because I had duplicates and I needed a small emergency gift. Would you like to know how many of my twelve journals I am currently using?
Because I can't bear to write in them. Of the two I've used, one is very plain, specifically because I knew it would be easier for me to actually use it if it wasn't as appealing to me.
The other one I've used is one of the pink ones in the left of the photo. I had to force myself to write in it, and only did so because I had three more just like it for backups.
What is wrong with me? Feel free to analyze me, my friends. I won't be offended. I don't spend a lot on these little books. I particularly like the pink ones already mentioned first photo.
And the brightly striped one and the oriental looking satin covered one above. Note that they still have their paper-strip wrappers on them. Just the way I like them. And here's a closer look at why I bought the "Time Notes" journal above: I think I understand that one.
By this definition, I'd say we are ALL talented. Once again, I am confused. But the delightful confusion was part of the reason I HAD to buy it.
That, and the fact that there were only two on the shelf. If I didn't buy one, there was a good possibility both would be gone by the time I thought about it and returned to the store.
Also, I tend to think that this is a magic book having something to do with time travel, and I didn't want to lose the chance to find out. So far, the furthest it has travelled is home from the store with me, and from the pantry to the kitchen counter to have its portrait taken, but I still have hope.
Let me just say: The more interesting items in my notepad stash. Let's have a closer look at that happy face notepad: Note the plastic wrap is intact.
I don't actually use any of my notepads, either. I cut up old computer-printed pages and use those for notes. To be serious for a moment, I've really been stuck in a rut of not getting anything except the necessities done lately.
Like for about six months now. Even my crafting in the fall was done because I had made a commitment to my craft group to take part in our annual sale, so my brain saw that as "necessary" and I got it done.
But other than that, I've done nothing much toward my loosely defined goals of "organizing and decluttering my life so that my family doesn't have to do it if I should kick the bucket before they do.
I've been thinking about this for at least a month now, and only yesterday did I take the first step toward doing it. I chose one of my least favourite of my babies shhhh, don't tell it I said that, and really they are all favourites or I wouldn't have kept themthe pansy-covered one, and opened it, pen in hand, to start listing.
And I didn't know what to list. That was a good day's work, so I closed the book - still empty - and put it all off for another day. That's how you put the "procrastinating" in the donkey, people. Have you ever been in a morass of undone work, stuck so deeply that you are floundering around being totally ineffective or even like me frozen into immobility?
Okay, I know it's unlikely, but I thought I'd ask, just in case you have any tips for me. Wishing you a productive, fulfilling, organized weekend full of clear thinking and level-headed decisions.Nick's aim to be truthful and objective makes the reader trust him.
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