Welcome to a brand new month and a brand new set of prompts to encourage you to join in the Communal Count element of My Month in Numbers!
If you're visiting after reading my Month in Numbers tutorial today over on shimelle.com then welcome, welcome, come on in ...
- you can catch the most recent example of a Month in Numbers post here if you're looking for more ideas on introducing memory-keeping-by-numbers to your life-documenting.
- and you can carry on reading for this month's 'data collection' prompt!
Now lets look ahead into to this shiny new month and see which numbers we should be turning our attention to during October:
As we're right in the middle of my Going Postal series you might have guessed I'd squeeze a posty-themed prompt in there this month! Plus, being British I'm obliged, by birth, to enable discussions about the weather at every opportunity!
Right then I'll leave you to it ... you can go and grab that notebook to keep close-by your letterbox to tally-up your addressed mail ... and don't forget to pop in and visit me at Shimelle's.
As usual ...
If you don't usually join in with My Month in Numbers because you don't want to create a full length blog post ...
- at the end of October you're welcome to join in with just your responses to these shorter questions
- you can do this in a blog post / an Instagram / a tweet / OR simply in a comment on my October Month in Numbers post
- OR ... join in with your response on my Facebook page
- OR ... any other creative way I haven't thought of!
- then - if it's 'pinnable' I'll pin it to the My Month in Numbers Pinterest board.
You can then check back at the end of the month [and into November] to compare notes with the others who've joined in, and once again we can see how we're similar ... and where we're a million miles apart!
If you'd like to share the question on your own blog / social media so your friends and readers can join you - then you're welcome to. You can simply save and use the image above [all my details are on there so you don't really need to link anything up].