A couple of weeks ago I had a few not-so-great days at the start of the week.  It was hard to know what to write in my Daily Journal Project:  I want to be truthful, to capture the details of my messy life, but I also don't want to linger on the negative.  I compromised by including the basics on a page that was upside-down: DJP 34 by gina sekelsky studio(For the record, the last two weeks have more than made up for those couple of days in the feeling good department.  Thank you Kickstarter supporters, emailers, and anyone who's out there cheering me on!) As September rolled around, I noticed that I am starting to run low on blank pages in the journal.  I have just enough left to fit a week on each page, or I can try to fit more than a week on a page and have a couple left over for longer entries.  (Remember in March, when I fit the details of one whole day on a page? I wanted to do that again this month.) DJP 35 by gina sekelsky studio  
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5 Responses to Daily Journal Project 34 + 35.

  1. delwyn says:

    Hello Gina

    I have just found your blog and am enjoying the contents very much.
    I’ve signed up for your handwriting class and look forward to my ‘improvement’.
    The wonderful skillful stamp you made for me has been a great stimulus. Thank you very much.
    I am happy to support you in your kickstart endeavour and look forward to much happy reading here and in your published book in the future.

    Happy Days
    Delwyn
    in Australia

  2. Deb says:

    Love Your Letters looks fascinating and totally outside the realm of anything I have done lately!

  3. Pam says:

    I just saw this on Pinterest and it was so fun to read all those entries about MY neighborhood! 🙂

  4. Carol says:

    Trying to find planner that fits me…..

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