Friday, 29 November 2013

Keep It Simple (pdf)


The culmination of the Screw Work, Let's Play 30 Day Challenge

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by Niki Willows!



Hello my lovelies. Oooh there have been tears this evening! 

We're off to the Brecon Beacons tomorrow so I decided to upload 

 THE PROJECT 

tonight! Woo hoo! 

I didn't want to make you wait until tomorrow night when I know you've been sat there twiddling your thumbs waiting all week. No? Well may be not, anyway, had the file all stored on THE CLOUD (oooh get me and my new technology skills!) But NO it was all scrambled and a right mess. Turns out oldest's laptop doesn't have some version of word that I needed SO I'm now in youngest's room whilst he's practicing a bit of slap bass (google Ben Harper if you want to hear some) as I'm trying to load the thing up - it has been almost an hour of faffing so far. Is it worth it? You tell me

It was more than an hour - I ended up driving up the M4 to the other half's in Bristol. As I turned off the motorway I remembered that I'd left both my walking poles and walking boots at home so had a tearful moment in the car. I don't really do tears so you can tell how STRESSED I AM!

Then I got to Bristol at 6.30 and am now uploading this at 8.30 So thanks to my partner, Martin, who has the patience of MANY saints and to Sam for bringing my walking boots and poles over!

Actually I'm very proud of it so have a flick through and if you like it (or if you don't) give me some feedback...



12 comments:

  1. This is a gorgeous resource Niki & the blog is going from strength to strength.

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    1. Thank you - quite enjoying the blog and I only did it to 'launch' the pdf :)

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  2. What a beautiful and useful book!! I am going to give a copy to all my friends with children and then give it to all those without children and all the teenagers I know and then go and do some of the things myself- seriously- what a fantastic resource for everybody and so well put together :)

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    1. Thanks! I really enjoyed making it :)

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  3. this is brilliant Niki! hope you have got over your stress-weeps :)

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    1. Yeah, short lived! Thanks for your blog help x

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  4. Beautiful resource Niki. Your passion for nature shines through. Thanks for your work and inspiration...will download and share.

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    1. Thanks Karen, I really appreciate that x

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  5. Fantastic! I love all the ideas and the tone of the booklet/pdf/pamphlet is brill. Well done on a super resource! :O)

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    1. Thanks Jessica! Glad you like my 'tone'! My son said it wasn't very formal (he's studying Physics) I said that was the POINT!

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  7. Hi Niki I removed it through spelling mistakes - here we go again.
    Love this, you have a natural touch. Can I take it to an early years twilight session I am running next week on loose natural parts (oops sounds rude!!)

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