OK! Seems like moving into my new studio has opened me up to restarting my personal Daily Journal Page Challenge. Yesterday, my first day spent in my new studio, I sat at the work table and looked at the 28+ Paperblank journals that I had filled with my daily journal pages over the past two years. I placed them on both walls on grooved horizontal railing conveniently left by the previous tenant. I can show them closed or open, and it's really a revolving gallery -- I have 740+ spreads that I can display. I though to myself that the discipline of doing a page a day, really helped to get to this studio to this moment in my creative evolution Although I took a break over the summer because of work, in truth I wasn't sure whether I'd start up again. However, as I gazed over them lined up on the wall, I reached for a blank journal and thought what the heck let's give it another go. And like a tip of the hat, a wink, a wave hello -- it was oh-so-easy to sit down at the table and create a page. I also decided what would make this easier for me, more flexible, more spontaneous? So, I will create a page for each day of the year. But I'm giving myself the option of not having to make one each day. I may make a bunch all in one day and then post them catching up when and where I need to. It's my party. We'll see what gets celebrated!