Pandoras box of jottings...

I love listening to all genres of music- okay most genres- RnB and I aren't as good of friends. Sometimes when I have my chill out play list on and I have a mind full of thoughts i like to jot them down. I find this is reflective a few months down the track to see if i've achieved anything or moved on from that frame of mind. I try to date them as a reminder to myself. I thought i'd share some of my mind diarrohea with you. The first one of my doodles dates back to 2009.

After a fight with my boyfriend...








So of course some of them are quotes, things that interest me and funny things I see around the place. But i love that when i see something inspirational or funny i can leave it in my book and flick through it and have a little chuckle to myself at a later date. I suppose this is like my visual diary. My last image is my current aims of things i'd like to achieve. I think its fun, and puts my mind at ease. It gives me direction when my head is cloudy.

What things do you like to do to clear your head space??

I hope you have a great weekend. Im spending the weekend at my sisters with my Mum who's visiting. Sanchez has come along for the ride. Im hoping to also finish up my sisters spare space that I started decorating about a month ago. Slack I know.

Linda xxx.

4 comments:

  • rosieposie | 15 May 2011 at 3:39 am

    i do this too! i thought it was only me :-)
    x

  • Linda | 15 May 2011 at 10:02 am

    Great way of venting sometimes! Better out than in i say! x ps. Thanks for visiting.x

  • rosieposie | 15 May 2011 at 10:18 am

    yes definitely! and i actually enjoy looking back at them on a later date!
    no need to thank me, i stumbled across your blog via someone elses and i love it :-)

    thanks for your comment on my blog! I might give that book a read ~ I do LOVE to read! I came across a beautiful quote the other day too 'every day is a gift, that's why it's called the present!'

    x

  • Rachele | 16 May 2011 at 2:45 pm

    I like the white on black. It reminds me of a chalkboard. And a very cool way to journal :)

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