It’s sunny and the forecast says temps will be in the mid-50s on this last day of 2011, so you can bet I’ll be heading outside to take advantage of this wonderful weather. Tonight I’ll be with friends to usher out this year that has brought so much change and welcome the New Year in.
I won’t be making any resolutions in the traditional sense, but I do have a list of aspirations for 2012 which I’ll post tomorrow.
Until then, I’ll keep on doing what is working, continue sorting through what doesn’t, and keep fumbling my way toward sass. Thanks to all of you who’ve been coming along with me, and for the thoughtful comments you’ve made. I appreciate it.
You all know, if you’ve been here for a while, that I believe in the power of journaling. I’ve found it to be a powerful tool but I have to admit to being hit-and-miss with it lately, because as good as something can be for you, it gets a little stale once in a while.
That’s why I was excited to stumble on a site that offers guided journaling pages, for free. Free! Woo! One of my favorite words! Simply designed, with fun and easy to fill in journaling prompts, you can find your own printable prompts at Grace is Overrated. There are a month’s worth and then some available, and don’t let the simple nature of them fool you–sometimes all you need is a little nudge before you’re off and running. You may well be surprised by what comes out of the tip of your pen, so give it a shot, why doncha? You have nothing to lose and possibly a lot to gain by it.
If you want more, check out the free 2012 planner at Positively Present. It might just help you realize some of your resolutions or aspirations in the new year.
Also on the subject of free, fun, and sort of great, I found a customizable, free (free!) calendar you might want to check out if you like owls. I do, and I’ll be enjoying my owlish companions for the next few months. Get your own at My Owl Barn.
Make it a good day and go make something good!