Let’s close out the year in style!

December Reflections | SusannahConway.com
Introducing the very first December Reflections!

I so enjoyed doing the August Break photo challenge this year I thought it would be fun to do something similar to end the year on a creative high! Like the AB, the idea is to take a photograph every day in December as a way to pay attention to what’s around you and reflect on the year that’s closing.

I’ve put together 31 photo prompts so we have something to photograph or share each day. We have an Instagram hashtag — #decemberreflections — a Flickr group if you prefer to share photos there and also a blog roll so we can find new blogs to read.  

December Reflections | SusannahConway.com
All the details are over on this page and we start December 1st — fancy joining me?

By the way, this isn’t meant to be another obligation — it’s simply a lighthearted way to make the most of the last month of the year and maybe make a few new friends along the way. I’ll be sharing my photos on Instagram and can’t wait to explore the hashtag (we had over 22,000 photos shared on IG in August. Crazy.)

* And for those of you who were expecting this to be the workbook, have no fear! The Unravelling the Year Ahead workbook for 2015 will be ready for you NEXT WEEK with an extra treat to help you figure out your word for 2015.

Allowing time for play

I’m back from a weekend at my sister’s and missing Noah already. I have a cold. I have lots to do for next week’s new course but this morning I just wanted to lie on my bed quietly moaning. But instead of doing that, I downloaded a new photo app to my iPhone and played for an hour. Playing is such an important part of the creative process, and playing with images is in my Top Ten Best Things to Do Ever (the other nine are cuddles with Noah, journalling, reading, eating anything delicious, flying anywhere, karoake, standing by the ocean, coffees with my soulsisters, and *cough* hot sex *cough*)

What’s in your top ten?

The Instameet

We will definitely be organising another one – it was so much fun! Big thanks to Xanthe for getting us organised and Katherine, Julia, Donna and everyone else who came along xxx

Ps. Today’s August Break prompt is taste… again. This isn’t an intentional repeat, just what happens when you put together projects too quickly ;)