31 Days of Life, Books and School in Pictures

Point the First: I have long desired to do a “31 Days in October” on my blog. Why haven’t I? Chiefly because of the calendar. You see, November follows October, and in November is my first love (at least in the world of words): NaNoWriMo. I’ve discovered in the past if I push too hard in October, November’s Nano becomes more difficult.

Point the Second: There are many little post ideas bumping around in my mind. I’d like to review some reprints of public domain texts from various publishers, because oftentimes Amazon’s “Look Inside” does not show the specific book. I’d love to do more pictures of our “keeping”: the Book of Centuries, the Table of Centuries, our Nature Journals, our Science Notebooks, and our Commonplace Books. I dearly love peeks inside of other blogger’s school & organizational practices, so I’d like to share some of ours, in hopes of inspiring others.

Therefore: For the next 31 days I will be showcasing in pictures (with a bit of text) the things we love, things that work, and things that don’t. If I can shoot it with my camera, it is fair game this month.

Other 31s: Check out Katie’s awesome intro post at Prime Periwinkle!

Index of Posts:

  1. Introduction (you are here!)

6 Comments

  1. Heather

    I’d love to see more keeping pictures!!!!

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  2. Anna

    Looking forward to this, Amy!

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  4. Katie

    This is a lovely idea Amy! And perfect to get us all inspired and relaxed before November! I’m excited. Big hug to you my friend. Thank you!

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  5. Celeste

    Well, you know *I* am excited about this–I love seeing all the Keeping stuff! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Carol

    Great idea for the series – so much scope for the imagination, as Ann would say.

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