My Hymn-A-Day Pages In My Planner
Using that memory as my motivation, I’ve included hymns into my planner, reminding me do play from the hymnal every day. Some of them are familiar and easy for me to play right now, but others seem like they were stuck in the book last week because they are very unfamiliar. Isn’t it funny how that works?
I began on January 1 with hymn 1, matted it on card stock and added it to a decorator paper page in my planner. Then I added a paper tag, perfect for making notes and adding a few thoughts. It’s been fascinating to look up the stories of who wrote these hymns, what the circumstances were and how they’ve been received by Christians all over the world. In just a few sentences on these journal blocks, I can jot down the words that meant the most to me that day, keeping track of my heart and my progress throughout the year.
Whatever it is that you love and want to learn more about - crafts, reading, hobbies, Bible study, cooking - add a page to your daily planner and make it happen. When it’s right in front of your face every single morning, you’re so much more likely to turn that activity into a habit. And how much fun will that be?