This scrapbooking idea can be a slightly challenging one if you’ve not… adopted a new habit recently. But I think you can easily swap that for a new routine you’ve adapted into your life.
Like how your kid has started going to school and now you have the unenviable task of getting up an hour early to get prepared, and making sure your kid get out of the door on time. ;-)
As for new habits, hopefully it’s a positive one (yay!) and something you have put some thoughts into and finally decided that it’s a “logical” move to turn it into a habit.
For me, I had this urge within me to write more regularly for a couple of weeks or was it months since last year. It’s just a thought lingering at the back of my mind.
When the time came to set resolutions for 2009, I put thought onto paper. It’s one of my major resolutions and a new habit I intend to adopt. So beginning January, I’ve been writing more consistently than I’ve done for quite awhile.
Many times, in the stillness of the early twilight hours or mornings, I would write away. And this hour helps set the pace for the rest of the day. A productive hour that makes me feel accomplished even before I turn on my computer.
What’s your new habit? Write a mini story about it and scrapbook it! In future, you’ll look back and see that you’re a “work-in-progress” and do adopt new habits. Have fun!
Supplies used: Cardstocks – Bazzill Basics and Colormate; Patterned papers – Brenda Pinnick “Paper Confections”; Colored felt – Daiso Japan; Buttons – from stash; Color ink – Versa Color Black; Black pen – Zig Memory System “Millennium”; Red pens – Zig Memory System “Fine & Chisel”; Red color pencil – Staedtler “Luna”.