Miscellany Reading

Ordering the chaos, 10 things at a time

I keep a daily logbook (going on nine years now) that captures the “what” of my days, and I often write morning pages in a separate notebook, but for some reason in late 2021, I decided I needed a third daily writing practice, and I started writing lists. I’ve always loved lists: making them, crossing off completed items, using them as a framework for the things I consume and observe and produce.

Here are seven lists from the past month or so that give a glimpse of the quotidian.

One reply on “Ordering the chaos, 10 things at a time”

These are special lists – simple and full of ordinary elegance! How about adding a list of 10 moments of reverie (unspoken prayer) in your day when life seemed an extraordinary gift?

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