Months of the Year Download for Hobonichi Weeks

I recently added a Hobonichi Weeks to my planner line-up and have been spending some time customizing it. This week, I created stickers for the months of the year pages to make them stand out a bit more. For these, I used the Cheddar Jack font [https://www.dafont.com/…

What I Read - March 2022

Scarpetta (Kay Scarpetta #16) by Patricia Cornwell [https://www.patriciacornwell.com/book/scarpetta-2008/]: So Dr. Scarpetta once again leaves her practice to move to another state? Why do we keep doing this? I don’t feel like this is a good follow-up to the last story. It didn’t feel…

What I Read - February 2022

The key to moving forward is not pretending that you've got it all figured out but rather admitting that, like everyone else, you're a work in progress. "If at Birth You Don't Succeed" by Zach AnnerIn February, I finished three fiction stories and started one non-fiction book. Predator (Kay Scarpetta…

Nice vs. Kind

Several conversations in my life lately have been around the idea of being nice versus being kind. I’m not sure I grasped what this meant right away, but life has given me enough examples to help me start to figure it out. Here’s one: At work, this came…

What I Read - January 2022

My goal this year is to add back some non-fiction books to my reading lineup. I kicked that off by reading The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi as part of the Paper & Glam Book Club [https://www.patreon.com/paperandglambookclub] (I’m a paying member of the Patreon group)…

Keeping a daily log

I saw the word documentarian the other day and it really struck me as interesting. In the context where I read the word I understood it to be someone who documents things. If that’s the definition we’re going with then I think that fits me. I write every…

Grow up

Growing up I always knew I wanted to do something with computers. I loved that you could create somethings out of nothings. Ones and zeros make a game. Lines and shapes make a drawing. Words and pictures make a website. It was all incredible. In junior high, we had to…