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Happy Links: From Planners to Art Journaling

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{Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy!}

I’m starting to map out 2015 and I’m loving my new Desire Map Day Planner!

Find Your Word, by Susannah Conway, is a “FREE 5-day email class to help you figure out your word for 2015.” I’m looking forward to this mini-course.

Every time I listen to The Sprocket Podcast, I want to move back to Portland. I miss our friends, the cycling culture, and the amazing coffee shops. Check out the latest Sprocket Podcast. It’s about being rich in what matters.

Portraits of the Pacific Crest Trail.

Good reads: Simply Let Go & Be Light / The trouble with Blogging / The show must go on. “But at what cost?”

Lately, I’ve been listening to podcasts on my walks. I’m enjoying The Lively Show and Death, Sex & Money.

I’m reading Bird by Bird for the third time. Lamott’s writing advice and stories are timeless.

I registered for Brené Brown’s art journaling class. I want to take my journaling practice to a deeper level as I close out 2014 and start 2015.

Be well,

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  • Maureen December 5, 2014, 8:10 am

    Tammy. As always, thank you. I look forward to your daily pictures and you sharing your world. You give us all the courage to be ourselves and also just keep writing.

  • Andrea December 6, 2014, 1:21 am

    Thanks for sharing your links. As usual I enjoyed reading. Especially the Desire Map Day Planner is interessting. I only wonder which material it is made of. The covers of calenders are often made of real leather. And I only want to buy vegan things. Maybe do you know if this Planner is vegan?

    • Tammy Strobel December 6, 2014, 7:30 am

      Hi Andrea,

      It’s definitely not leather. It looks like paper. I’d suggest reaching out to Danielle’s team to inquire about production details.


  • Priti December 6, 2014, 11:25 am


    Thanks for the link to Brene’s course! I love her books and the idea for her e-course seems super interesting.


  • Melinda Schoutens December 8, 2014, 5:40 am

    Great links and suggestions Tammy. Thank you very much for sharing and have a lovely week!

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