The May prompt for One Little Word was a simple one for me. After looking back at January's prompt and recalling what I wanted to accomplish with my word in 2012, our task was to make a list of things we wanted to do, goals we wanted to achieve, projects we wanted to complete. My weekly less list was greatly inspired by this prompt and since I had taken this class last year - I kind of know what lies ahead. I have a lengthy master list of things I want to accomplish this year, the majority involve my word less, and making these weekly lists has really helped me breakdown the bigger projects into smaller bites. It's made me accountable and it's enabled me to be intentional with my word. In some form, less is on my mind every day. So, because I've already been making lists the last several months, I changed up the way I completed this prompt.
I chose 5 general thoughts/tasks/goals that I always tend to return back to when I'm thinking about what I want to achieve this year. What are the biggest ideas in my mind when I think of what less means to me? Why did I choose less? Less what? What is really holding me back? This is where I left off in April. This is what I came up with for May.
minibook and pulled a solid piece forward for the first page. The May circle accent is from Paislee Press Round About Now :
Zen Habits + Mnmlist. Letter stickers from Authentique :
This is my main focus.
I am a work in progress.
Less isn't going to happen overnight.
I can do this.
Next up, June. I already have grand plans to get messy (not within the pages of this mini) and revisit my brush script techniques from Kal.