I am so inspired by the Keeping shared here over the last month, friends. Have you read through the beautiful selection of posts that were added to January's link-up?
I've loved the opportunity to peek into your homes and habits. I've also really enjoyed following the various comment threads on the posts of those that participated. There has been lots of good encouragement and discussion, and I thank you for working with me to create a little community as we learn with and from one another. :)
This month, we had peeks into the "Big Three":
Book of Centuries entries,
and nature journaling.
or even how they're Keeping their Keeping! (Love that!)
|color-coded commonplace by Mahers Hill Academy|
We also got to look into a wide variety of Keeping forms, including a...
as well as journals of all shapes and sizes!
And veteran Carol shared the amazing Keeping across subjects her children have done over the years--so inspiring!
In future months, I'll limit myself to showcasing just one or two posts. I couldn't help myself from sharing a slice of each contributor's Keeping this time because I'm so thankful to all of you for linking up for this inaugural edition! :)
This month's prompt, for those interested...
Since so many of you new Keepers started out with the habit of keeping a commonplace book, I thought I'd ask about that this month. What is your favorite part of keeping a commonplace? Care to share a peek? When do you do your commonplacing? Where do you get your inspiration? And I'd especially love to see into children's commonplace books as well!
And if you'd like to share something different, please do so! As always, any and all posts about Charlotte Mason-style Keeping are welcome.