Time to List it Up with the #ListifyLife Challenge!
To know me is to love my quirks. One of the odd or not so odd things about me is that I’m a terrible procrastinator and I thrive (as I drown) under deadlines and live by checking things off my to-do lists. Without them I’m pretty sure I’d get next to nothing done. I know for sure I’d not get the books written that I have or keep any sort of track of the what’s to do in my family life.
Those that are long time followers of me over here on ye old blog know that the way I keep track of things using my tried and true Filofax planner system.
If it’s not written down it may as well have been said to the wind. I’ve also come to love Travelers Notebooks for their versatility.
I feel so fortunate to have found a group of friends who are just as quirky excited as I am when it comes to all things planning and organization.
And speaking to that I’m so thrilled about the #ListifyLife Challenge made up by the fabulous Roni Loren (and peep these gorgeous graphics made by Sierra Godfrey ).
So what is the #ListifyLife Challenge?
I’m so glad you asked. It’s a weekly challenge which starts on March 20th and runs through June 19th where you write down your lists in response to the topic prompt of that week. You post a photo of your list on any social media network of your choice (Blog, Facebook, Instagram and hashtag it #ListifyLife so that we can all stay connected. Easy as pie (well easier if you ask me and low cal). Please join in if you like. I’ve got my Moleskine ready and waiting along with my new Frixion markers.
I can’t wait to list it up! Please let me know if you’ll be joining in in the comments.
All the best,
Living the Anthro Life
The other day I was in the city and found myself in front of Anthropologie on 5th ave. Of course I had to go in. Once you get anywhere near the air of Anthro and get a whiff of the scented candles that just so happen to linger out to you, well, you’re pulled in.
And once you’re in- you’re in. The Anthro world is so lovely and seductive. There is something about those slightly diffused inky colors that make it so hard to step back into the harsh light of day. It makes me say I want to live and Anthro life. How about you?