sticky diagramI read that this would help me achieve my goals: breaking them into sticky note sized pieces. We’ll see.

Would you like to know what they are?

  1. book
  2. travel show (get paid for museum club)
  3. movie

Imaginary doctors agree: just writing down what you want to happen makes it many times more likely that it will occur.


Author: Emily

Writer/ Librarian

4 thoughts on “Plotting”

    1. You are right. I’m still being needlessly obscure. I’m writing a book. And the plotting advice came from “Finding Your Own North Star” which seems like a flaky new age self help book but is actually very useful.

  1. I just last week started reading a book that I only got halfway through some years ago. In it was a list that had about ten titles on it. I have now read a whole bunch of them and thought of how I have found lists in various places since we moved into our house. I am surprised how many of these things I have done since I wrote them on little lists so long ago… 🙂 Incidentally, I am almost done with the book with the list in it. Like the photo, too 😉

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