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Insight into the creative process

The product of play is not what you make

It’s what you learn

Every month in my work bullet journal, I create a spread that includes, on one side, the month at a glance, and space to record Things I Learned, People I Helped, and Efforts I Initiated; and on the other side, a quote that inspires me or reminds me to cut myself a break.

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😜 Best curmudgeon in my age class (aspiring). Point guard (retired), artist, designer, snark lover. Often-cynical takes on work & life. chrisaraymond.net

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