Tuesday, 3 September 2019

R

In our Living Your Word of the Year group we are using a fortnightly (bi-weekly) A-Z challenge throughout the year to help us focus on our word and live it out.

Because of the way I have made my journal it's a case of going with the flow of what background the pages have when I turn to them.

However I didn't like that page so I decided that would become the September calendar page and I turned over to this instead.

I had decided to use the word reflect for R.  September is often seen as a new start especially for those connected with the education system.  And whilst I haven't been a teacher now for 27 years, I still find September a starting point.   It can be a time to reflect on how the year has gone so far.  A time to look at what I committed to this year and whether I should still be committed to those things.

At the beginning of July I reviewed the first half of 2019.  I feel now is the time to look forward - to decide how to make the best of 2019 and maybe even think about 2020.  Or is it too soon?

I decided to use a photo of trees reflected in the canal and sticking to the monochrome nature of the journal pages, used one of my photos from my Master Practitioner project.  And where else is better to reflect on things than by still waters.


And the pages together

Thanks for joining me today.
Bernice



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