My passionate hobby, Bird photography, presents a never ending classroom. This Bar-Headed Goose wears bars as glorious badges. And the diligence required to nail the desired shot nourishes self-confidence. Tip: all bird pics, except the featured image = courtesy of Pixabay.com. You can do a lot with freebie copyright-friendly pics, folks!…
This Writer’s Notebook lives to preclude oft-repeated searches. Unlike most planners, the Hobonichi Weeks tames any collection tossed in its direction, courtesy of its intensely flexible structure.
The horizontal weekly section (1) corrals hundreds of quick-jot descriptions (2) with structured organization, encouraging an (3) eyeball-friendly Snippets Index.
Change, a constant. Friend, a betrayal. Life, a death. Wrapping your head around the vagaries and vulgarities tossed by the Universe eats Herculean strength. Nature replenishes.
You stare at the Hobonichi Weeks Yearly Index, scratching your head. Turns out, with a twee bit of imagination, you can make that miniscule-spaced sucka sing your tune.
Years of chemotherapy since age 4 killed his hair, fueling bullies. But lil Tyler channeled his grief into a passion, learning to play the violin. His prowess proved so profound, national tv beckoned.
The first RIP anniversary of a too-young Homie dawned June 2d. Among my wisest self-care moves: using a Hobonichi Cousin to conjure/ tweak a HeadCheck Bookends Bullet Journal spread, pushing me past the internal devastation.
My 2017 post detailed 12 "aha!" BuJo benefits. Witness these 9 additional joys, each a breakthrough response to a distinct need, e.g. quit smoking, spirit restoration after death claimed parts of my heart, and regrouping when a BFF unmasked as a fake.
Building vandalized with racist graffiti. Teenagers. No prior record. An innovative judge conspired with a "woke" D.A. Result? Lemme put it this way: today, I smile with a heartfelt gratitude nod.
The common thread between cars + humans: an empty tank terminates plans. Forgot that; paid the price. The Self-Care Options List, within my Hobonichi Weeks Bullet Journal Collections, now assists in my refueling mission.