Hello

Everyday has something different about it – that’s worth recording.

Like many people, I have a bad memory for everyday things, and keeping a notebook helps. I like Austin Kleon’s thoughts on keeping a log book of daily events, no matter how small.

I use a Hobonichi Techo to make drawing and journalling a daily habit. Founder Shigesato Itoi has some interesting thoughts on writing a “life book”.

It doesn’t matter what notebook you use – one with daily dated pages will help to prompt you to put something down. Even if it’s one word, that means something in retrospect.

So here’s to a new beginning, and a record of where you’ve been so far.

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