Friday, April 29, 2011

Merry Go Round







Happy Friday! And as it is the last Friday of the month, it is time to jump on the "Merry Go Round;where a group of craftswomen from around the world come together and give their own responses to the same question or art challenge on their blog, and then share the Love. April's topic is: Time Management - How do you juggle your time?



Mary Kate McDevitt


Mary Kate McDevitt

Mary Kate McDevitt

Mary Kate McDevitt

Time Management has become quite an irony to me in the last couple of years; as the entity of time is mind blowing. I find that minutes turn into hours, hours turn into days, and days turn into years, and all in the blink of an eye. I believe that I am aware of this even more so now that I am a Mama to two baby boys. I have discovered that the best {only} way for me to get things accomplished is to 1st remember what it is exactly I need to get done. Therefore, I am a list maker. {I talked about this in my post yesterday, as well.} I believe in the magical powers of inspiration boards, visualization boards, and writing your thoughts, ideas, and duties down. 

Recently, I came across the art work of Mary Kate McDevitt. Her chalkboards and prints are perfect examples of my philosophy regarding time management. {LOVE}

I Love jumping on the Merry Go Round. If you would like to learn how the other lovely ladies manage their time, please visit their respective blogs! I promise you will enjoy the "ride." 

18 comments:

  1. I can relate to list making; those chalk boards look like great fun to write a daily list on!

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  2. love the chalkboards! have you ever read "the artist's way" by julie cameron? it is very inpsiring and helpful for artists and encourages you to write as soon as you wake up what your goals are, etc. love it!


    xo
    sami

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  3. ps. did you see my giveaway??
    http://glimpseofglamour.blogspot.com/2011/04/love-ly-giveaway.html

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  4. Another list maker— there must be some wisdom in them! I love those chalkboards too.

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  5. Perhaps I should keep more then one list to manage my work! Those message boards look divine!
    I too find that time is a mind blowing concept - why am I never bored? :)

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  6. those boards really are cool!
    Motherhood brings up a whole new definition of time! I know too!

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  7. lists! how i love making lists... where would we be without them?! thank you for introducing me to mary kate's work.

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  8. I agree, I had this revelation about keeping one notepad for my to does, instead of scattered notes, about 3yrs ago. --
    I am sorry for forgotting to include you in the merry-go-round list, all is fixed now.

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