Positivity Passport Challenge: July 2020


Hi, friend!  How’s your week going so far?  Feeling all of the feelings?  Me too.

Last week, Tazhi (who’s an amazing scrapbooker and just sunshine in human form) challenged her Instagram followers to “pour some positivity in the universe” by journaling daily throughout the month of July in Everyday Explorer’s Positivity Passport.

Each day, the goal is to document something positive — you can do this with a photograph, a list, some journaling, drawing, stamping… whatever your heart desires.

With everything going on in the world right now and everything that’s gone on in my personal life lately, I’m welcoming this challenge with open arms.

You don’t need a Positivity Passport to participate — you can use a notebook or whatever crafty supplies you have.

If you’re interested in preordering a Positivity Passport, you can preorder one here (they’re supposed to arrive later this week and ship ASAP *fingers crossed*).  There are also digital versions available (here and here) as well as a free template in the Everyday Explorers’ newsletter (you can subscribe here).

side note: Christine at Everyday Explorers is just as kind as she is talented, and I can wholeheartedly recommend her products.  If you have any issues or questions, she’s always so sweet and helpful.

I got everything decorated and set up today — adorning my Positivity Passport with a large sticker that was included in the kit as well as a couple of Rad Mail stickers.  I stamped “JUL 2020” with my Studio Calico mega date stamp and will be using a few other Everyday Explorers stamp sets in my passport (I have Lockdown Life and Small Victories and ordered 29 Prompts last week — I think they’ll all be perfect for this project).


I hope you’ll join us this month in finding and documenting something positive each day, even if (and maybe most importantly when) it’s really hard to.  Sending you so much love and a great big hug! 💛

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