The start of something new with a daily calendar
Today is the first day of the year, the start of something new. A new year. A new day. Planning the year with monthly, weekly and daily calendars.
Lists of projects to start. Lists of projects to finish. Letters to write. Postcards to design. Books to illustrate. Dogs to walk. Litter boxes to clean.
But, nothing gets finished in the future. Nothing gets started tomorrow.
Tomorrow is today.
And each day has twenty-four hours.
The only projects that get started or finished are the ones I do today.
Make each day count.
Make each moment count.
The calendar in the photograph is by At-A-Glance. Each day is listed in 24 slots. There is time to sleep, eat, work and play.
Do you use daily calendars? Weekly? Monthly?
May your today be filled with sunshine and joy. Wishing you much love as we start a new year.
Now that I have taken the photograph I can fill in my calendar of what I will do today. Making each day count. Now, what should I do first? The litter boxes or write? Click here to comment
About Pamela Hodges
My name is Pamela Hodges. I am a writer and an artist. I write to encourage and to bring laughter. I paint cats, draw cartoons and write books for children and grown ups.