But I noticed recently that in spite of my wonderful lists, I had been forgetting to do things. I decided that instead of just typing lists on my phone, I needed to actually see my list each day. I decided to create my own dry-erase board.
I know I'm calling this a Chalkboard Project but I actually debated that title. It's really too easy to be called a Project -- just put a pretty piece of paper in a frame and you're done.
Turns out the dry-erase board isn't just for me now either. My husband has taken to leaving notes for our kids -- for our 2 year old son, "finish handsome men's club application" and for our 6 month old daughter, "maintain cuteness".
images via The Pink Chalkboard