National Novel Writing Month is just around the corner! I’ve put together a short checklist to help you get ready to start writing. Use it in combination with my NANOWRIMO Survival Kit from last month and you’re all set!
It’s almost that time of the year again: National Novel Writing Month, known to non-writers as November, where we silly writers attempt to write 50,000 words in 30 days.
I’m not sure yet if I’ll be participating this November, but there can never be too many goodies for those who do. I put together a little Survival Kit checklist to help you get through the month!
So here we are on the last leg of our journey to 101 gift ideas for the disabled and chronically ill! I bet you didn’t really think I could come up with 101, did you?
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This is a booklet designed for large ring-bound planners like the A5 Filofax or large Kikki K, or to stand alone as an A5 notebook.
Are you ready for Part Three of my spifftastic list of gift ideas for the disabled and/or chronically ill?
(Here are Parts One and Two for the first fifty ideas.)
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Part Two of my 101 Gift Ideas for the Chronically Ill series is extremely timely today because it’s my birthday. Yayyyy! 😀
You can find the first 25 suggestions here.
Continue reading “101 gift ideas for the chronically ill: Part 2”
This is a booklet designed for ring-bound planners like the personal-sized Filofax or medium-sized Kikki K.
Having trouble deciding what to buy the chronically ill or disabled person in your life?
Here’s Part One of 101 gift ideas.
Continue reading “101 gift ideas for the chronically ill: Part 1”
This is a free printable booklet designed for the regular-sized Midori Traveller’s Notebook.