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Hi! The New Year is
rapidly, so I’ve been thinking a lot about planning, and what method I’m going to try next month… The beggining of a new year after all!! (for us planning freaks, this is a really big deal)
I’ve gathered a bunch of material that I found all around, from different websites and blogs of talented people, that definitely inspired me to make my own planner.
Nothing in here is mine. I’ve linked directly to the file in question so this is a whole lot faster for both you and me, so I’m writing the author next to it. If you, reading this, are the author of one of the files, and want me to take it down or feel uncomfortable with this, then please inform me, I will do so!
And don’t forget these printables are for personal use only.
Here’s the thing: queer people are not optional. We don’t appear at a certain time or place in life. We’re always here. If you mean to teach kids about the world, you have to teach them about queer people in the same way that you have to teach kids that people have different religions than you, or different hobbies, or different diets. Otherwise, you’re not protecting kids. You’re giving them false information, which is confusing at best, and damaging at worse.
We are always going to have challenges. When we make it through one, another one is going to come along. Life is unpredictable. You can’t always see what’s coming next, and you have to be okay with that. Make decisions that you think are best for you, but accept that things might not go the way you planned.
“B L U E is the only color which maintains its own character in all its tones…it will always stay blue; whereas yellow is blackened in its shades, and fades away when lightened; red when darkened becomes brown, and diluted with white is no longer red, but another color – pink.” - Raoul Dufy
Miraculous things happen when you decide to do hard things. In spite of all the reasons not to. In spite of all the obstacles. In spite of all the things to blame. Follow, follow, follow your heart to the life you want. In the end, it is all yours to create.
Difficult things provoke all your irritations and bring your habitual patterns to the surface. And that becomes the moment of truth. You have the choice to launch into your lousy habitual patterns, or to stay with the rawness and discomfort of the situation and let it transform you.
Day 6: Spine Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen The Magicians by Lev Grossman The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo Bleak House by Charles Dickens The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
These are some of my favourite spines from my bookshelves. Apparently I’m a sucker for blues and greens!