Pina colada, trashy romance. Perfect spring Saturday.
Ok, I confess to having been bitten by the Instagram bug this past weekend—only because I bought myself a Galaxy Tab with a camera. But it has gotten me to get back into photography more.
Nonetheless, this Boomer gal still misses her analog Canon AE-1. Can’t afford getting slides developed, and certainly can’t afford a digital SLR. Donations, anyone? <grin>
I created four versions of a poster with a quote from a romance novelist, and these two are my favorites. Which one do you think works the best?
Do you often feel full of ideas rattling around in the recesses of your brain, but you didn’t leave any breadcrumbs to find them later?
Or, even worse, you have piles of clippings and notes for creative projects, but you can’t recall where to find them?
If so, this blog post from Pam Harris (and the above photo) is for you!
Pam walks us through her system for keeping organized, from making cute, budget-friendly, wall folders to using calendars and ring binders. Even though I have ring binders and a creative notebook in play already, she hits the nail on the head talking about how organizing is nearly useless without a way to access all those ideas you have.
What do you do to organize your creative life?