10 September 2011

Book du jour

Production of the list books continues, and they have expanded into a larger project. With each book comes an explanation:

"Often our lists are endless, and we feel we can never finish all the tasks on them ... is it any wonder we feel so overwhelmed? Sometimes so little on the list gets done that we resort to adding things we did instead - and then cross them off, negating our achievements!
    "This little book aims to reverse that mentality.  Choose just three things to “cross off” each day, and use the rest of the page to list the other things you have done. (The blank pages will help with the overflow.)
    "When you have used this book, please scan or photograph a double-page spread and send it to me, with your thoughts on list-making, if you wish, at mcooter3 at gmail.com, or contact me via my blog, http://margaret-cooter.blogspot.com. I would like to use the photos (anonymously) to make another book, which will be available as a “real book” or online."

If you'd like to take part, please contact me and I'll send you a copy of mydailylists.


Dijanne Cevaal said...

HI Margaret
yes Please- am struggling with lists at the moment...

Fiona said...

me please - love a good list - "to do" or a "done" one! You can email me through my profile. I'll also post on my blog.

Kathleen Loomis said...

Margaret -- count me in!


Connie Akers said...

I have been a list maker for years and would love to join in.