Write the letters of the alphabet down the center of the page so that the page is divided into two columns. Label the left-hand column "DO." Label the right-hand column "DONE." For to each letter, write down something you have done (right-hand column) and something you have yet to do (left-hand column.) Try to find something that begins with each letter, even if you … [Read more...] about Do and Done
Fill a page with doodling. It doesn't matter how you do it, as long as the page gets full somehow. Use one pen of one color, or choose several colors and use them all. Don't try to make your doodles "look like" anything in particular, but if they turn out to look like one thing or another, that's just fine. Somewhere, somehow include at least 10 words in your … [Read more...] about Just Doodle
Write a page that consists entirely of questions. They must be questions that you don't know the answer to. Questions can ask Who? What? When? Where? Why? or How? Questions can ask How many? How high? What for? Why not? There are more questions that begin with What if? than there are atoms in the universe. (Don't you think?") Just write questions. Without … [Read more...] about So Many Questions!
You'll need a collection of writing or drawing tools, anything at all, as long as there are many different colors. Fold a sheet of paper lengthwise, then crosswise, then lengthwise again, so that when you open it up the page is divided into eight squares. Draw a rectangle at the top where the title will go when you write it there at the end. Take one color and make a mark … [Read more...] about Color by Color
Create a page about things that matter to you which doesn't have any words on it. On a scrap paper, list 10-20 things that are important to you. Next to each item, draw a symbol to represent it. On a clean sheet, draw a circle in the center that represents you. Draw each of your symbols on that sheet. Spread them out over the page evenly. Arrange them so that the … [Read more...] about Spirals of Care