I know that in September, I mentioned how much I loved working on the 30 Lists Project. And it is true, I totally loved it. I still haven’t finished, but I totally loved it. Well, now I am doing the December 30 Lists and I am enjoying it even more. I think it’s because I found the perfect format for me. In September, I scrapped 12×12 with plans to print at 8×8. Well this time, I am doing 8.5×11 and I am finding it fits my needs perfectly. And creating the pages goes so much faster. Actually keeping up with the lists has made the project even more enjoyable.
Today, I am going to share lists 3 -6 with you. I loved creating all of these lists and I hope you enjoy reading them.
First up is List 3. For this list, the prompt was to create a list of things I due at this time of the year. I used to have a lot of traditions surrounding the Christmas season. I feel like a lot of them have gone away since I got married, but I do I have a few things I seem to do this time of the year.
The List 4 prompt was to create list of things that we are happy to report. I decided to have a fun with the items on this list. They aren’t necessarily blessings, but just things that make me happy. (And I just found a typo cause my dogs should be listed as the “cutest”. Will go fix that later today.)
With List 5, the prompt was about traditions. I decided not focus on the Christmas season for this list. The reason being that I thought doing so would make it too similar to list three.
That brings us to my final list for today, List 6. For this list, the prompt was to create a list of books on your “to be read” list. That list is so long, I decided to narrow it down and only list books that I had already purchased for either my Kindle or on Audible. It also had to be a book that I had not already started. If I didn’t create some type of limits, it could have been a never ending list.
Are you a list creator? If so, what type of lists do you create? Leave me a comment and let me know how you feel about lists.
I hope everyone had a great weekend! Until next time, don’t forget to document your memories!