Friday, April 15, 2011

New journal page

Update: The journal page in this post is no longer available for download. For a selection of free, printable journal pages, please visit my Printable Journal Pages collection.

This is the part I always leave until the end.  The post.  I leave it until I've run out of time and I'm stressed and I'm staring at a blank screen and a flashing cursor and not a single meaningful word will present itself for duty.

So this is what I do:  I write the word blah in the empty text box.

Take that empty text box!

Then I leave a space where a photo might be nice and write blah again.  Then more spaces and more blahs until I get to the last bit where the links to the page belong and I write blah here and here and here blah.


Not so blank anymore, are you, text box?

Then, gradually, I fill in the spaces with a photo or two, link up the heres with their corresponding documents and replace the filler blahs with sentences.

Before I know it, I'm at this point, the point where I get to show you the new page.

This week, it's all about the people who put us at ease (except for that one guy -- or gal -- who makes us a little nervous) . . .


It's also about starting off the weekend to-dos with something easy . . .

The full page looks a little something like this . . .

and you'll find it here (border-free) and here (borderful and colour-free) and here (borderful and colourful).

Happy weekend, friends!


  1. The perfect page at a perfect time. I'll use your little prompts to get my sorry behind into gear! Hope you are okay, lass.

  2. thank you for posting more journal pages... they make me SO happy!

  3. Looks great as always! I love how you start writing your posts. When I'm writing (posts, assignments) I often put ?????????? where I don't know what to write. Then I go back and change it later (of course) but sometimes getting something, anything down is great!

  4. Thank you! Just what I needed!

  5. Thank you for another terrific page!

  6. Thanks as always. I always enjoy thinking about how the quote you've chosen relates to my life; it almost always makes me feel like I'm less alone in the world than I sometimes think. So I guess that makes you a good quote-picker. :)

  7. thank you soo much for the new page!
    I've been coming every week with the hope to see you and your page.
    Take care!

  8. This is great. Thanks so much for sharing.

  9. OH WOW! Such a great thing to find at the start of my holidays! Thank you for being so generous and inspiring. Cheers, Jo, Australia

  10. Thank you for the journaling pages! I love them.


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