:: Taking Stock

A long time ago I wrote a post JUST LIKE THIS. I thought it would be good to do it again! Here goes! Tell me if you do it too!

Making : a few blankets
Cooking : Ikan Bilis (spicy little sambal fish to eat on toast or with rice or with roti!)
Drinking : copious amounts of tea
Reading: various cookbooks
Wanting: a quiet place to write
Looking: for clues
Playing: hangman, solitaire, bingo
Wasting: half cups of tea
Sewing: nothing
Wishing: for a haircut
Enjoying: writing
Waiting: for payday
Liking: learning new things
Wondering: what my book will look like
Loving: wake up walks
Hoping: I get everything done
Marvelling: at how productive you can be when you SUPER try
Needing: a holiday
Smelling: chocolate cake cooking
Wearing: glasses
Following: a work plan
Noticing: feathers
Knowing: everything always turns out
Thinking: we might need to vote soon
Feeling: cosy
Bookmarking: 99U all the time, month in month out
Opening: packages
Giggling: playing Yes & Know book games with Ari
Feeling: okay

A blank list for you to copy and paste…!

Making :
Cooking :
Drinking :
Reading:
Wanting:
Looking:
Playing:
Wasting:
Sewing:
Wishing:
Enjoying:
Waiting:
Liking:
Wondering:
Loving: 
Hoping:
Marvelling:
Needing:
Smelling:
Wearing:
Following:
Noticing:
Knowing:
Thinking:
Feeling:
Bookmarking:
Opening:
Giggling:
Feeling:

Hope you are cosy! I am!

x Pip

 

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131 Comments

  1. […] From my previous post, I mentioned that there will be changes on my blog. One of these many changes is a new category called “Weekly Wonders”. In this category, I will be sharing what I’m currently doing. This is inspired by Pip Lincolne’s blog post entitled “Taking Stock“. […]

  2. […] Here’s round two of my monthly check-in of what I’m into, what I’m focused on, and what’s currently striking my fancy. This little series is inspired by Keira, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired inspired by Pip. […]

  3. […] first saw a Taking Stock blog post over at my favourite blogger WoogsWorld who had stolen it from Meetmeatmikes. Soon after I saw another one over at another blogger I follow Teachertypes  and thought how this […]

  4. […] week a sweet reader sent me a link.  Every so often fellow blogger Pip checks in with herself .. her way of marking the days/moods/seasons.  Included was a note […]

  5. […] across this template from one of my favourite bloggers This is ess which was originally made by pip’s blog and its a pretty cool activity to engage one’s self in every now and then. in my opinion its a […]

  6. […] Lincolne’s Taking Stock concept has circulated around the blogosphere quite a bit in various incarnations, especially […]

  7. […] Um Fusca, me deparei com um projeto chamado Taking Stock. Ele foi postado originalmente no Meet Me at Mike’s e consiste em uma listinha de verbos que você utiliza para completar com as suas informações e […]

  8. […] Não poderia acabar 2015 sem falar sobre meus momentos (quase um balanço) em 2015! Como sou muito indecisa organizada, decidi usar de base uma TAG MUITO legal chamada ‘Taking Stok’ que conheci no blog da Rafa (#sdds) e que ela trouxe de uma blog gringo, o ‘Meet Me At Mikes‘. […]

  9. […] are based on an idea by the wonderful Pip Lincolne over at the Meet Me At Mike’s blog. Head here to check out her Taking Stock posts and to find a blank copy of the full […]

  10. […] are based on an idea by the wonderful Pip Lincolne over at the Meet Me At Mike’s blog. Head here to check out her Taking Stock posts and to find a blank copy of the full […]

  11. […] (this Taking Stock post was inspired by a post on this blog) […]

  12. […] writer’s block, I decided to do a taking stock series which was originally done by Pips from MeetMeatMikes who unknowingly began a blogosphere […]

  13. […] responder tags por aqui e achei super legal essa, Talking Stock, que foi postada originalmente no Meet Me At Mikes e que eu vi no Yes She Does. Gostei dela por ser curtinha e bem completinha. Caso queiram, […]

  14. […] aqui no Coffee Pocket, e dessa vez quis responder por motivos de: BEDA. O original é daqui do blog Meet Me At Mikes, fique a vontade pra responder você […]

  15. […] O Taking Stock original, aqui. […]

  16. […] {inspired by Keira , who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired by Pip} […]

  17. […] are based on an idea by the wonderful Pip Lincolne over at the Meet Me At Mike’s blog. Head here to check out her Taking Stock posts and to find a blank copy of the full […]

  18. […] {Taking Stock inspired by Pip from Meet Me at Mikes} […]

  19. […] posts are based on an idea by the wonderful Pip Lincolne over at the Meet Me At Mike’s blog. Head here to check out her Taking Stock posts and to find a blank copy of the full […]

  20. […] are based on an idea by the wonderful Pip Lincolne over at the Meet Me At Mike’s blog. Head here to check out her Taking Stock posts and to find a blank copy of the full […]

  21. […] is about taking stock again – the mid year edition. This is an idea blatantly stolen from Meet me at Mikes, Pip has a blank list if you want to head over and take stock […]

  22. […] time to check in again.  I really like this list from Pip at Meet Me at Mikes because it’s a little different than the usual check in […]

  23. […] This week I intend to rise above my little funk and before I do I’m going to take stock using this list created by Pip Lincolne from Meet Me At Mikes. […]

  24. […] of new projects so I haven’t been able to post for a while (sorry) but I came across this template that a couple of my favourite bloggers have been using and that I enjoy reading and I thought it […]

  25. […] from Meet me at Mike’s started this taking stock list a while ago and several bloggers have joined […]

  26. […] Here’s round two of my monthly check-in of what I’m into, what I’m focused on, and what’s currently striking my fancy. This little series is inspired by Keira, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired inspired by Pip. […]

  27. Thanks for this Pip! I’ve done this today as well. I’ve been struggling a little of late and to the point I’m almost hamstrung re what to post. I needed to get something down and published and this was perfect!

    Deb

  28. […] in a little (ok a lot) of head in the sand behaviour.  So I want to take stock with the help of Pip, for myself, to show that I am doing ok.  Even if I feel like I am […]

  29. […] I thought that I would take a leaf out of Mrs Woog and Pips book and take some time out to take stock of where I am at […]

  30. […] for creating this list Pip Lincolne from Meet Me At Mikes you’re a genius! Making: a bit of a mess with my cheese and […]

  31. […] 2014 and can be seen here. This fabulous idea was dreamt up by Pip from Meat Me at Mike’s.  Here is a Taking Stock post of hers and where you can grab a blank list to copy and paste should you […]

  32. […] i decided i’d do something a little different and fun today. i love this taking stock from meet me at mikes blog. you should do it, too. it’s a lot of […]

  33. What a fabulous idea Pip! I have just published my first “Taking Stock” post for January! Looking forward to doing this every month this year! 🙂 Thank you for the inspiration.

  34. […] from Meet me at Mike’s started this taking stock list last year and several bloggers have joined […]

  35. This is such a simple and lovely idea. I took the inspiration from this post and created my own version.(:
    https://cashmerecabernet.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/taking-stock-january-2015/

  36. […] PS – “Taking Stock” inspired by Keira, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired inspired by Pip. […]

  37. […] hat on and take over for today by sharing what I have been up to by Taking Stock { thanks to Pip from Meet Me At Mikes – yes, I’m a one year old baby who can blog and read blogs […]

  38. […] time I did a post like this I borrowed prompts (with permission) from Meet Me at Mikes. Which were great! But, this time, I used some of the same prompts and threw […]

  39. […] from Meet me at Mike’s started this taking stock list last year and several bloggers have joined […]

  40. I just posted my answers to this ‘taking stock’ list on my blog today. It was great fun and I thought I’d share with you.

  41. […] have read a few ‘Taking Stock’ posts, thanks to Pip from Meet me at Mikes, but I have never actually done one. I thought the end of the year was a good time to reflect on […]

  42. […] taking part in a Blog with Pip course, Taking Stock has become a little tradition here in the blogosphere….and like many of my fellow blogging […]

  43. […] my lead from Pip at Meet Me At Mike’s, in November I’ve […]

  44. […] I came across this lovely post from Pip of Meet Me At Mikes called Taking Stock.  I thought it would be a nice way to help myself slow down and take […]

  45. […] I believe the original idea was composed by Pip from Meet Me At Mike’s here. […]

  46. […] I was inspired by the lovely Pip, whose blog, Meet Me at Mike’s, I stumbled upon while browsing around A Pretty Penny. Yes,  much of my downtime is spent […]

  47. […] Inspired by Keira, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired by Pip […]

  48. […] This is the view as I walk up my front steps on this rainy, Autumn day. It’s such a lovely, colorful greeting. I have seen lists like this around blog-land lately and thought it would be a nice little ‘catch up’. I believe you see the original list here. […]

  49. […] Inspired by Keira, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired by Pip. […]

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  51. Thanks for this inspiring post. Hope you don’t mind that it has inspired me for my monthly taking stock. Happy reading!
    Cary

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  54. […] Thanks Rachel for this blog post idea! See the original blog post here. […]

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  58. […] in August last year Pip wrote a post called Taking Stock. I loved it & thought it was such a fun way to show what had […]

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  61. […] at A Modern Commonplace Book, sharing a link and a post idea called “Taking Stock” from Meet Me At Mike’s.  I thought I would give it a whirl so here […]

  62. […] and BRAND NEW BLOGGER shared it on Facebook. She found it on Vanilla and Lace and SHE linked to Meet Me at Mikes. That’s TWO NEW blogs for me to browse around on! YAY. Who needs […]

  63. […] read this post from Kate and thought that I could easily do that too. (original post here.) And would be a great kick start back into […]

  64. […] blog post format is taken from Meet Me At Mike’s: Good Stuff for Nice People.  Here’s the blank list for you to copy and paste in case you want to do this […]

  65. […] latest post of this lovely Lady made me want to join in as well – in order to check back in in a little while and see if and how things have […]

  66. […] out what that looks like. I have come across many life-right-now list posts on other blogs (see here, here, here, here, here, and here) and was inspired to perhaps start doing something […]

  67. […] found this great post on The Small Things Blog (original post here,) and I thought I would do the same! I thought it would be fun, and would love if you played along […]

  68. […] I have seen so many of these wonderful “taking stock” posts, and I think they are such a simple, clever way of taking a snapshot of what life is like right now.  I believe the original idea came from this blog. […]

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  72. […] wants, feelings and responsibilities. A taking stock list and a template was made by Pip at  Meet Me at Mike‘s last year and it’s still going strong on the world wide web. I decided to use her […]

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  78. […] been a while since I did a Taking Stock post. Since I did the very first one, it's kind of spread all over the internet with lots of ace bloggers joining in. Like this one. And […]

  79. […] include links to things and places of interest, and share more personal goings on. It’s a concept borrowed from the lovely Pip Lincolne over at Meet Me At Mikes. Want to sign up for blog […]

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  81. […] I have an overwhelming case of writer’s block and I have read several of these posts of the past few weeks, so I decided that I would do one in hopes of breaking out of my stuckness. […]

  82. […] This little, sort of, survey thing has been going around some of the blogs I read lately and I thought it would be fun to do. I found this via Danielle but this is the original. […]

  83. […] I found this little list a couple of months ago, but now I feel like I want to participate. So here goes. […]

  84. […] While part of me feels like this post is super 2001, AOL chain email-esque, a slightly bigger part of me thinks it’s a fun way to capture a moment in time; what I’m feeling now and how I’m doing today. The original “taking stock” post is here. […]

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  88. […] found this taking stock post over at Pip’s blog in case you want to play along. Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like […]

  89. […] of finding cheap ways to stage our home (again, future). Yesterday I remembered reading a post by this blogger that she called Taking Stock. So I’m stealing it because hopefully it will snap me back into […]

  90. […] Lately, there’s been so much going on in my brain it hurts…ideas and emotions and plans all rolling around in there, it can feel all a little overwhelming at times. But good busy. One day, I’ll get all of the important ideas onto a page, I’ll record the brainwaves and document those fleeting moments of up and down. Until then here’s a snap shot thanks to Kate at Fox’s Lane and Pip shares. […]

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  93. […] honor of all that good stuff, I thought I’d do another taking stock post. (It all started with Pip, but I’ve made some minor adjustments to the list because, let’s face it, I’m never sewing […]

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  95. […] Taking Stock originally featured by Pip. […]

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  99. […] Inspired by A Girl Named Leney, who was inspired by Bridget, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired by Pip. […]

  100. […] (I found this idea first from Em here and it was originally from here.) […]

  101. […] List sourced from Pip @ Meet Me At Mikes {here} […]

  102. […] I first saw “Taking Stock” on The Daybook, but the idea originated on Meet Me At Mike’s. […]

  103. […] the inspiration from this post via the lovely Sydney’s blog, who first heard about from Pip’s blog. <3! Share this:FacebookGoogleTwitterEmailPrint // // // Sponsors […]

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  109. […] Inspired by A Pretty Penny, who was inspired by Sydney, who was inspired by Pip! […]

  110. […] hey, how about we start this crazy week off with a several-days-old Taking Stock […]

  111. […] List sourced from Pip @ Meet Me At Mikes {here} […]

  112. […] now, for a blogging thing to top all blogging things I present a Taking Stock post because it’s been that type of month.  Maybe a week from now I will be a much better, […]

  113. […] found the inspiration for this post here.  feel free to participate. Share this little ol' post with othersEmailLike this:Like […]

  114. […] have been reading these on a few blogs lately – I think the original came from Pip at Meet Me At Mikes. Great idea Pip. It’s something that I might try and keep up with each […]

  115. […] a fellow Canadian one called Donzwebb, in which she answers a set of questions that she got from Meetmeatmikes. Oooh…subject for my next blog. I will answer the questions […]

  116. […] sharing bits and pieces of her life lately. She got the idea from the daybook who got the idea from meet me at mike’s blog. You know how I feel about lists so this was right up my […]

  117. […] remember reading this post little Taking Stock post of Pip’s over at Meet me at Mikes back in August… or yesterday, in my mind (slow […]

  118. […] a while I was out of the loop of the blogging world and totally missed Pip’s Taking Stock post and that bloggers all over jumped on the bandwagon. I was scrolling through The […]

  119. […] List sourced from Pip @ Meet Me At Mikes {here} […]

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