Week two of #100DaysofNotebooking has come and gone. With it, I have had a blast trying new things, reflecting on topics I enjoy, and planning for future writing.
Want to know what else I’ve written about during #100DaysofNotebooking? Check out my Table of Contents to find out!
I have been seriously neglecting my main WIP (work-in-progress), so I dedicated a page in my notebook to it. My hope is that I will be more encouraged to focus on it when I have time (my #OLW this year).
Did it work? Umm… not in week two… oops.
On January 9th I worked the gate for the middle school girls’ basketball games. This night sparked quite a few ideas: one being a story that you’ll see in Week Three.
Due to that story, my train of thought ran off to the idea of names and how meaningful they are when you’re younger, especially at school. What do you think?
Our ottoman is often covered in one of three things: notebooks and pens, books, or crochet. On this particular day, crochet took over.
I decided to write about my favorite hobby because it was already begging for attention where it sat abandoned in front of me. Don’t worry, after this entry, I took some time to crochet!
On this particular evening, I decided to have some chamomile tea while I wrote. Unfortunately, I had no idea what to write about.
I received awesome news on this day, but I won’t be able to share it until Day 22. Be on the lookout for it!
In the meantime, I wrote a short poem on this page about opportunities.
I saw several people writing about their goals, so I jumped on that bandwagon. I decided to take a picture again after I had accomplished (or not accomplished) each of them.
I have been reading quite a bit lately. While reading One Came Home by Amy Timberlake, this quote stuck out to me. Writing about quotes you hear is an amazing way to give voice to your thoughts!
Check out other notebooks on Twitter! There are so many amazing writers out there, but I’ve selected a few entries to share with you here:
- Martha Rombach: Day 8 “the Upside of getting Down to business”
- Alice Nine: Day 9 “Opening Sentence”
- Ashley LaCroix: Day 10 “Mentor Heart Map”
- Paul W. Hankins: Day 11 “Eleven Sense Worth”
- Juli Lubelczyk: Day 12 “Spring Day in Winter”
- Gail Hennessy: Day 13 “New Semester”
- Mayflower Chick: Day 14 “Growth”
Feel free to join in whenever you want! Your day one can begin any day!
Are you interested in learning more about one of my entries? Let me know in the comments below!