Hello, this is Tami Morrison and I’m here to tell you a little bit about my self-paced Take Note journaling notebook class.
My brain is totally overloaded these days. Maybe you can relate? On a daily basis I am keeping track of a crazy amount of things…my ongoing to-do list, grocery lists, my kids activities, classes that I’m working on, creative brainstorms that come out of nowhere at the most inopportune times which means that I’m constantly writing stuff down. Meanwhile, I have a ridiculous amount of scrapbooking paper and I often only use a fraction of a sheet on a layout. I keep a drawer of scraps, but I rarely remember to go there when I’m making pages, so this is why I came up with the Take Note journaling notebook. It’s a way to use up scraps and have a handy journaling notebook to carry with you for when inspiration strikes or someone says something funny that you’ve just got to write down right away or you just need to make a quick list on the go. Sure there have been journaling notepads for sale from a few different manufacturers and they are cute and fun too, but this notepad uses papers that you already know will fit your style because you bought them in the first place, and it’s way less expensive because you’re using leftover supplies from other projects. Not only that, but when you use one up you can make another, which means that you’ll actually use it instead of keeping it pristine in your museum of beloved scrapbook products that you don’t want to use up. As an added bonus, I’ll even throw in a few examples of how I’ve used this method of journaling on my own scrapbook pages. So put this class on your list of things to do. It’s a big help for keeping your journaling real and it’s a big help for the environment too.