I have posted twice on the fine art of list making. I am fanatical about making lists: grocery lists, lists of things to do, lists of books I want to read (that one is getting very long), lists of things I would like to do, and so the “list” goes on. My first post Lists – Why do I do this to myself? was followed up by a zany video on making lists.
Somehow I signed up for a blog from European Paper. I think I may have purchased something from them and signed up to follow their blog. Today’s email had a blog post from them. The subject line was Word: The Task Masters. I couldn’t resist the subject and decided to delve into it a little further. Surprise it had to do with notebooks for of all things “lists”! The notebook is lined and has little bullets to the left of each page. There is a guide on the inside cover – If the item is important you circle the bullet. If the item is in progress you draw a line through it. When the item is finished, you place an other line to form an X in the circle. The best part is that there is an If Found area in case you, heaven forbid, lose your books of things to do. The notebooks come in a set of three (off white, orange, and camo).
I don’t know how I feel about not crossing off my lists and putting an X in a circle instead. For all my list making friends, what do you think? I have included a picture below of the inside cover and first page.