And I know we're two months into the year (already!), but I finally got a 2013 version formatted and available for download! If you're like me, you have facebook, emails, blog posts, and pictures to help you fill in some info for the days missed. And if not, there's no harm in starting today anyway. Except to your OCD.
There are a few things you need to do to use the document. First, you need to download the fonts that I used. They are afta serif and duality. If you're not sure how to install fonts, there's a great tutorial right here at The Shabby Creek Cottage. The word document is locked for editing except for adding your name and your daily entries. But I didn't password protect it, so if you're Word savvy and want to change the fonts, you're more than welcome. I will warn you that the way I formatted the dates might cause a headache if you try to make changes, so attempt that at your own risk.
Edited to add: If you're not familiar with the concept, there's not a lot of information on here to get excited about. So here's a screenshot of a sample page of the journal. I hope that helps clear up some confusion.
Thanks for reading! I'm so excited to share this with you, and I hope some of you get a lot of use out of it. If you download and use this, I'd love to hear from you!
I'm linking up at these crafty parties.
NOTE: This document is for personal use only!
And if you'd like to mention this on your blog,
please link directly to this post rather than to the
download link. Thanks!