31 Things is an invitation to "see into the life of things."
31 Things is an invitation to document your everyday life in a way that includes descriptions and reflections.
31 Things is about capturing life right now but will be much more in-depth on a single daily subject than the documentation you might be used to with projects like Week in the Life or Project Life. This is an opportunity to get more specific pieces of your story told with the goal of going more in-depth; get those pieces of your life documented with words.
Writing these 31 stories will be the heart of what we do over the 31 days, but our words will be supported and inspired by a single daily photo and a bit of crafty decoration.
Based on the popular Creating Keepsakes column of the same name, this new special issue showcases beautiful and practical scrap and craft spaces alike to inspire you. But that's not all. We'll also show you how to get these inspiring looks with easy and inexpensive do-it-yourself approaches. Whether you have a little space or a lot, this special issue will help you make the most of your space in order to get the most from your scrapbooking.
May08Bibek Sharma Shristi Shrestha is a British Passport holder who won Miss Nepal 2012. She suohld have been denied to take part in the competition. Sadly, she won the match. Those who left the country for their own sake and adopted foreign passport are not the nation lovers. How could they be crowned?
I have never journaled using my computer. Aounds great!
sometimes computer generated, more often my own handwriting.
I am lazy. I use my own handwriting! Sounds like a fun class! Thanks
Love all her ideas
Computer journaling -- I like the variety of fonts that help set the tone and style for my message.
would love to win a seat in ali's class--thanks! i like to use my own handwriting.
I use my own handwriting to journal. Thanks for the chance to win!
I would love to win the class registration.
Crossing my fingers!! Thanks for the opportunity!!! :)
I usually do handwriting. Only because i'm lazy and i cant be bothered to go to the computer and work out how much space i need.. What font to use, etc. The ony exception is if there is alot of journalling, then i will do it on the computer. But most of my layouts dont have that much.
I hand write my journaling sometimes, and use the computer other times. Usually it depends on how much I have to say!
My journaling is usually handwritten. It's easier and I don't have to try to gain access to the computer from my children. :)
I hand write most of the time, even though I hate my handwriting.
I actually use both, but if I am having a "good handwriting" day I prefer to personalize my pages with my handwriting.
I usually use computer journaling to record stories! I hate my handwriting!!
I always hand write mine - I'm still moved when I see my mom's handwritten notes, etc and I want my kids to feel the say way. That being said, I'm trying to learn how to do it digitally for my project life etc. for those non-personal moments.
Not sure if I'm doing this right to be entered in the giveaways???? Do we just have to post a comment to be entered?
Journaling both ways works for me but knowing how much I love seeing my great grandmother's & grandmothers handwriting makes me try to handwrite as much as possible.
I do both - I like typing my journaling as I think it is more in-depth, but due to time constraints I usually write it out.
I mostly handwrite mine anymore just because it's easier and I can do it anywhere even if I don't have a computer.