It has been said that it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. I’ve got a few habits that I would like to take on… Number one: blogging every day. That one is going to keep me on my toes. Number two: *finish* my chores every day. I’ve already started on this one during the week, but the weekends have been deal killers. Gotta work on the weekend thing. Number three: create every day. I’ve been doing really well on this one too. I have to convince myself that this doesn’t mean that I have to *complete* a project everyday. I just want to get inÂ my studio and get my hands dirty each day.
Day one….check, check, check. Here I am blogging. My chores–done. Creativity: worked on a mini-album and made a page for my journaling challenge this week. Check it…(we were challenged to fill a shape, not rectangle, with our journaling without using sentences…fun!)
Hey Heather I’ll do this with you. I like that you are allowing yourself to not have to finish any one project on that day, I think that is something that I struggle with, just walking away and being happy that I was creative. So here I go, I will do this habit forming 21 days too. Check my blog to see what my goals are:) Thanks for the kick in the pants.
you are too good girly. since all your chores are done, will you come do some of mine??
Good for you for working on habits. I need to do that! Love the layout, and I’m cracking up at the titles you gave all of us on your blog links! 🙂
And oh yeah, I tagged you. Go to my blog, please! 🙂
Finally back online and get to read your blog. Good Luck!
I love you guys and miss you very much.
Those are great goals.
Is it wrong that, for Houston’s One Word thing I only could think of “Sleep” and for this, all that comes to mind is “go to bed on time every night?”
I am a simple, simple woman.
Heather, that design is really beautiful. I’m all about that aesthetic from the colors to the typographic forms to the use of repetition. Veddy niiiiice.