planner by lettergirl on etsy 05 Today's the last day to take advantage of the free bonus download with purchase of either my small size planner or large size planner.  I printed out my own large size planner last week, along with a whole stack of the grid paper shown in the upper left of this graphic.  Why is it always so fun to take notes or write a list when the paper's so pretty? I finally figured out what to do with this t-shirt I bought at Goodwill a few months ago: upcycled shirt by gina sekelsky studio 01 On Friday afternoon (right at the end of the day, of course), I decided to cut it up and stitch it back together as a smaller, fitted t-shirt.  A v-neckline is more flattering for me, and a little vertical line doesn't hurt either: upcycled shirt by gina sekelsky studio 03 I stitched this while staying up really late, waiting for my kids to arrive back home from a youth service trip out-of-state (while chain-watching episodes of Orphan Black, season two).  I hope it fits me as well as it fits Purnah! upcycled shirt by gina sekelsky studio 02 BOOK spark by gina sekelsky studio Also while the kids were away, I spent a lovely Saturday morning in bed reading.  I finally paged through The Little Spark, a library find from a few weeks ago.  At first I thought it was going to be too much hand-holding for me (You can do it!).  But then, reading further, I found a lot of insightful questions and wished I had my own copy so I could write in it.  If you've read my blog for awhile, you might remember that I am always trying to figure out how to make the most of the time when I first wake up.  I love that time of day! I don't want to waste it! I'm full of energy when I get up, eager to get going on ideas (especially anything I dreamt about overnight).  Yet I can never seem to harness that energy in a way that's satisfying.  This book got me thinking more about my daily rhythm, in both philosophical and concrete terms.  What would work best for me? Now how can I make that actually happen?  And that was just one chapter! I hope your own reading is progressing for the Summer Reading Program.  Just a few more weeks to go and then I'll be collecting (and sharing!) all your book lists.  It's not too late to sign up!
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One Response to Last day to get free bonus planner pages!

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this book title, Gina! I will definitely look for The Little Spark! When a true artist recommends a book on creativity, it must be a good one! I love following all of your creative adventures, Gina! Have a great weekend! ♡

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