Registration for September 2015’s edition of 30 Days of Lists is still open. You’re not too late to join on the fun. We have giveaways, tutorials, and a community of Listers waiting for you. Register here.
This is my first time working with a Midori Travler’s Notebook and I’m loving the simplicity of this notebook. I’m not using a cover or anything for this, mainly because I did zero research on how to put these notebooks together like all the cute ones you see on Instagram. I’m a-OK with that.
I’m following the same basic layout for each list, as you can see in the photos of my layouts above. I’m using a lot of Project Life journaling cards for each list, neon labels (found at Target for super cheap), some washi tape, and scrap patterned paper from the Rise and Shine 6×6 paper pad from Amy Tangerine (Amazon affiliate link).
The photos seem a little blurry after editing them a bit, but I wanted to focus on the lists themselves more than whether or not they look pretty.
I’m loving the community that surrounds this challenge twice a year. We are welcoming so many new Listers this time around and welcoming back a ton of returning Listers. What’s the most interesting thing to me is the Listers who don’t finish past projects but come back for more…that’s dedication! Amy and I are working on ways to make the project easier and convenient for folks without taking away from the community aspect of it. The community is what really makes the whole project!
What I’m not sharing is the other set of lists (yes, I’m making two albums this time around), if you want to see those, you can spy some on the @30daysoflists Instagram account, and I’m sharing them on the private blog for this edition of 30 Days of Lists.
Again, there is still time to join! You can register here.