So, I decided to change that this time around. When our General Conference editions of the Ensign arrived (we always get two—one for me, one for The Maestro), I had the thought that I could make a bookmark to keep track of which talks I have read and studied. Seeing a visual reminder and being able to cross things off a list is highly motivating for me!
For each sheet of paper, you'll have two bookmarks.
I printed out my bookmarks and then laminated them. I recently purchased my very own laminator, so I'm always looking for excuses to use it! (I bought this one: Scotch Thermal Laminator.)
I also punched a hole in the cardstock before I laminated, and then punched through the laminate as well so I could add some ribbon. Because bookmarks need to have ribbon, don't you think? I mean, if you don't think so, you don't have to add ribbon. But I thought so.
Another nice perk of the laminating is that I can use a dry erase marker to keep track of the talks I study. You could even use a Sharpie, since it's not likely I'll use the bookmark again.
I printed one for me and one for The Maestro. Maybe it will even motivate us to study the talks a little bit together! Either way, I'm really excited to get to studying these talks for the next several months!
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