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Monday, December 10

The Simple Woman's Daybook {December Edition}

For Today

yours truly,

Merry Christmas from me to you!

There have been a few other times putting out the daybook (since creating it over 10 years ago), that I have taken a pause and not posted one of my own. This is one of those times. Hopefully, I will be back in January, but in the meantime please add your link below.

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If you enjoyed reading my daybook and would like to create one of your own, HERE is the link to the format, guidelines and complete list of prompts. 




The January Edition will be posted January 7th

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PLEASE NOTE! Networked Blogs is now no longer in operation, but I will still be manually adding the monthly daybook edition to facebook. So if you wish to get notified at facebook, simply like my page, thesimplewoman

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P.S. If you enjoy the headers I post here at the daybook, please find my new instagram feed
@papercutjourney dedicated just to my paper cut journey pages. 


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8 comments:

  1. What a lovely cover for this month! It's so cozy and warming. May you and yours have a blessed Christmas season :-)

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    1. Thank you. Yes, one of my favorites to put together. The very same to you and yours!

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  2. Anonymous12/10/2018

    Merry Christmas, Peggy! I enjoy reading your Daybook.
    You may already know of Emily P. Freeman’s blog, books, podcasts, etc. But if not, I think you might enjoy her so I thought I’d mention it.

    Yvonne

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    1. Merry Christmas to you as well, Yvonne! Yes, I really enjoy Emily's work. :-)

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  3. I so enjoy your daybook posts! I have yet to participate, but seeing a glimpse into other women's lives makes me feel like I'm not so alone!

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    1. Hello Carolyn! Welcome and you are never alone. {hug}

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  4. Oh Peggy what a cute little girl you were! I remember having a red tricycle when I was that age.

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    1. A sweet thing to say, Regina! I was pretty pleased with myself!

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