Month by Month: September Lancaster TX

Even if you don’t have kids in school and aren’t headed there yourself, “back-to-schoolness” is inescapable this month. Rather than try to steer clear, embrace it and welcome the opportunity to focus on learning. Even if you don’t homeschool your kids, think about what you want your child to learn.

Kgo Designs
(214) 935-8891
222 Browder St
Dallas, TX
 
Mesquite Craft & Hobby Shop
(972) 285-2930
2414 Us Highway 80 E, Ste 408
Mesquite, TX
 
Art USA
(972) 681-5323
1515 N Town East Blvd, Ste 195
Mesquite, TX
 
Casa de Cultura
(214) 991-7872
409 Mac Arthur Blvd
Grand Prairie , TX
Prices and/or Promotions
12.00 por Clase

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store
(817) 557-3029
137 Merchants Row, Ste 165
Arlington, TX
 
Asel Art Supply Inc
(214) 871-2425
2701 Cedar Springs Rd
Dallas, TX
 
Michaels Arts And Crafts
(214) 461-9491
5500 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX
 
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store
(972) 613-1391
1515 N Town East Blvd, Ste 159
Mesquite, TX
 
Clark Steel Framing
(214) 350-1716
10340 Denton Dr
Dallas, TX
 
Custom Craft Designs
(972) 790-8809
220 N Story Rd
Irving, TX
 

Month by Month: September

sep09 mbm layout

The Road Ahead by Amanda Probst. Supplies Cardstock: Prism Papers; Patterned paper: 7gypsies; Felt letters: American Crafts; Font: Century Schoolbook; Adhesive: Double sided tape, Scotch.

BE SMART. Even if you don’t have kids in school and aren’t headed there yourself, “back-to-schoolness” is inescapable this month. Rather than try to steer clear, embrace it and welcome the opportunity to focus on learning.

One of the “September” layouts from my Month-by-Month Scrapbooking book showcases a mission statement that my husband and I came up with when we first decided to homeschool. We set out the reasons for our decision and what we hoped to accomplish. Yes, we’re a bit nerdy like that, but the act of setting it all out did help. Even if you don’t homeschool your kids, think about what you want your child to learn. You could even list what ∗you∗ want to learn and do with your life.

Here are three more ideas to consider this September:

1. Teach someone something. In this day of technology and blogs aplenty, why not share some of your knowledge with a little tutorial this month? Volunteering at a local school or library is sure to be appreciated, too!

2. Consider lessons learned. What lessons in life have you learned? If you were making a manual for a loved one or future generations, what would it say?

3. Visit your local library. I don’t know about you, but my local library often has great class offerings for both kids and adults. Take advantage of a class this month or sign up to take a class elsewhere. Keep learning!

Take a Challenge and Enter to Win a Prize

Now for challenge time. For September, I challenge you to write your own mission statement. It can be for something big (like life in general) or something simple (like how you’d like your week to go). Join in the fun, and you’ll have the opportunity to win a copy of my book, Month-by-Month Scrapbooking ! Find out more at my Month-by-Month Scrapbooking group .

Free Sketches

Also, here are five sketches from the layout above to help jump-start your creativity:

September 2009 MBM Sketch

 

Appeared in: September 2009

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