One word a day #sol20

Although I haven’t posted much, I have been participating in Michelle Haseltine’s #100daysofnotebooking. If you aren’t familiar with this challenge, I highly recommend checking it out.

During this challenge, I’ve spent a lot of time in my notebook working on a project that I’m cautiously calling “a book.” However, I also started a word of the day page in my notebook and at the end of every day, I reflect on the day and select a word that characterizes my thoughts, feelings, and experiences. While I try to choose a positive word, occasionally a word like “tired” crept onto the list.

Today’s word reflects how grateful I am to celebrate my grandmother’s 87th birthday. I cherish every day that we have together and every birthday is special. I’m so glad that we have this time together!

4 thoughts on “One word a day #sol20

  1. glenda funk

    I ❤️ this idea. I think preplanned notebooks call this “mood” and use stickers to identify the mood. I like choosing words better. And let’s face it: We get tired. This notion all of life must be “positive,” whatever that means, is exhausting and unrealistic. When you’re tired, rest.


  2. Darin Johnston

    Mike Krzyzewski, the head basketball coach at Duke, has a book called “Beyond Basketball: Coach K’s Keywords For Success”. It’s not his best book, but I love that each chapter is based around a word like family, love, giving back, and trust. I love your notebook and can see how it could be a resource later on! Thanks for sharing with us!



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