Workbooks in the wild

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My second favourite thing after making and giving away the Unravelling workbook (you can download it here) is seeing what you guy do with it! This year I’m spotting so many inspired ways to make the workbook work for you — printed out A5 for a Filofax, stitched together, doodled, coloured-in, accompanied by oracle cards and (my new favourite) printed out in magazine format. I was so inspired by Penny’s idea in the last photo I’ve ordered my own magazine workbook from Blurb.com. Genius!

 

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Photo credits: 1. @YearoftheYes  2. @Lisamcloughlinart 3. @Eoskoch  4. @krieb_krab  5. @theironpen  6. @mrsliahayes  7. @being_and_becoming  8. @crystalsandsage  9. @awesomama  10. @Innercompassdesigns  11. @carrielicious  12. @katecpowe  13. @mckinleyrodgers  14. @mavie_en_francais

Something for the weekend

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No one gets to be a messiah: On quiet acts of kindness + the human reality (sometimes life does actually suck) — thank you for this, Meg

Literary Iceland revels in its annual ‘Christmas book flood’

The unexpected, exhilarating freedom of being single at 41

[video] Wes Anderson’s The Shining (so well done!)

“Working dad? Another manic morning? Why not wash your hair the night before to give you a little extra time?” — this Twitter feed is funny and also underlines the crap that women get fed

When I grow up I want to be Beatrix Ost

Friends doing lovely things: Ronna’s Sacred Readings  |  Sandi’s 100 Day Promise  |  Meghan’s retreat in Glastonbury (I might have to come say hi!)

This laptop folio | this amazing print

Losing my husband — and finding him again through a medium

[video] This might just replace my meditation practice

 

A year in photos: the first half

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After spending nearly six months shooting Londontown last year, this year I’ve barely picked up my camera. Pretty much all photos snapped in 2015 were taken with my iPhone. I’m not too bothered by this because I know my creativity ebbs and flows between my two loves (photography and writing) but it does underline how home-based I’ve been this year. The older I get the less I want to run around. Looking through my photos for these posts I notice my favourites are from specific days out with my family or friends — that B&W selfie below is one of probably only three or four I shot this year. I’m just less interested in the outside — I know what I look like. I accept the good and the “bad” and I’d really rather contemplate my inside reflection. That’s so much more interesting to me these days…

 

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