Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
Some of the rest of us will continue to write post-it notes.
LL: I hear you. I broke my resolution on the very first day of the new year. I find them indispensable.
Betting after one shake the post-its are all gone.
I used to have them stuck all over the place. Then I retired and it stopped. I'm happy about it too.I linked this post to Feline Friday.Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥
Happy Friday, and i hope your Day Timer doesn't end up full of Post-It Notes, because that's what would happen to me.
very patient and forgiving cat! Cheers!
Grannie Annie: Absolutely :)
Sandee: It's a hard habit to break and I've already broken it this year. The best I can do now is just cut back. I'm a notorious note taker.
Messymimi: I think you've been reading my daytimer!!!!!
Kathe W.: Yes, and those cats are far and few between.
Sandee: Thank you for signing me up. I forgot to do so when I went by early this morning.
Do what works !
Good luck with that. If it works, POST about it...here. Hugs.
But my day planner is always covered with post notes
Kid: What works is writing important stuff in my daytimer and not on a bunch of disconnected post it notes.
Annie: You'll be the first to know.
Jan: So is mine and it's what I want to end or at least control.
I have a habit of writing a post-it reminder to myself and sticking it on the inside flap of my wallet. 99% of the time, the next time I read my reminder, it no longer is relevant. Kinda weird, but that's me.
DaBlade: That's exactly the point. Post it notes are wonderful things. I love them. My problem is that so many post it notes get lost and so does the information on them. My resolution for 2018 involves making notes onto my daytimer so they get the attention they deserve. Is that so wrong?????
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