We're half-way through the month so it seemed a good a time as any to drop by to say that in another 15 or so days I'll be blogging my first 'Month in Numbers' post of 2012 ... and I know some of you will be doing the same.
So, in case you've forgotten to start saving your statistics for January, consider this a gentle reminder, one which I'll try to repeat on or around the 15th of each coming month.
- If you're new here and you'd like to know more about on the whole Month in Numbers idea then you can click here where you can read the full details.
- There's also a permanent link there to my tutorial looking at 'How To Record Your Month in Numbers' if oyu need a bit of inspiration to get you started.
The very next day after I blogged that tutorial back in December, I found this fabulous 1960s school book in a charity shop:
A more handsome, creative, amazing maths book I couldn't wish to find!
Its pages are ones which I won't be plundering for my vintage paper packs and it will live out its days on my 'Ones that got away' shelf. I aim to share more of its lovely pages with you each month, in my 15-day Month in Numbers reminder posts.
I'm still thrilled at the coincidence of writing the tutorial one day - all about where to find your monthly numbers and how to record them - then discovering this gem 24 hours later!
There couldn't have been a more appropriate book waiting for me to find it that day. I mean ... look ... this page could have been made for those of us scouring for statistics:
I'm really looking forward to seeing who's playing along this year! I'll be back a little earlier than that though. Tomorrow in fact, when:
- I'll be announcing the winner of my birthday giveaway; and ...
- I'll have news of a special offer in my Etsy shop.