This weekend, I went to Daiso, which is a store that sells most things for a $1.50 and the items are from Japan. They have a lot of cute stuff including these journals. I really like them because they have cute covers, aren’t too thick and the lines inside don’t go all the way to the edge.
I also went to Ross, a discount store that sells clothes and home things. I found these two gems which are dupes to the Moleskine, except that they were $3 each instead of the $20.
I’m very excited to use these eventually when I finish my current personal Moleskine journal.
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I saw this decomposition book at Target and thought it was beautiful so, of course, I had to buy it. I was actually looking for a notebook to write my creative writing in. There is just something about the act of putting pen to paper that I love more than typing away on the computer. I just love the feel of it, I guess. I also love the feeling of finishing a notebook. I get a sense of accomplishment and that shows myself that I can be consistent and persistent.
Recently, I decided that I needed to simplify my life. Of course, life is never simple but I thought, at least I can simplify my hobbies. I wanted to do so many things but, being the procrastination queen, I never got around to it. So I narrowed my hobbies down to three things: reading, writing and brush lettering.
I have always been reading, ever since I could. It is something I can never give up on. I can experience things I’ve never experienced with beautiful language in a book.
I’ve also always liked writing. Whenever I was annoyed by someone, I would write them a letter but not send it. I would instead throw it away or delete it and that would make me feel a lot better without having hurt anyone’s feelings.
I’ve recently started brush lettering. I like brush lettering because I like writing physically with a pen on paper and I like letters. You can see some posts of my brush lettering right here in my blog.
I plan to post about my reading, writing and brush lettering on my blog and maybe that will help with procrastination and my annoying perfectionist mentality.
This post was inspired by WordPress’s The Daily Post, Daily Prompt: Abandoned