We’re now on the first month of 2016. Oh, how time flies by so fast. I’m still in awe of all the moments I had last year. One of the most amazing thing that happened to me in 2015 is making the decision to create this blog. 🙂 This is like my personal space here in the worldwide web. Stepping into this first month of the year gives me chills and thrills. It excites me on the unknown things that will unfold in my life for 2016, the awesome discoveries I will have and experiences that will turn into moments of a lifetime.
Because new year has been said to be like a clean slate, I have this Molang Diary that I’ve been reserving to use this 2016 since last March of 2015. I bought it during March on Instagram because it was on sale an I’ve been wanting to have one for myself. This type of diary is so cute. It comes in different colors, sizes and versions. Mine is a smaller one and in pink. Some Molang diaries comes with stickers that you can use to decorate its pages but the one I bought hasn’t. Those versions are quite pricey.
Here are the photos of my Molang Diary:
The front cover and the side.
Each month is equipped with the same pages (shown in the last three photos). The only difference is the shape of where you will write the month and the doodles across the pages. I saw some users of Molang Diary who put stickers, doodles and sketches in their diary. It’s so nice to see how everyone can get creative. I’m not yet going to use this because I have to fill up the remaining pages of the journal I’m using since January 2015. I can definitely switch into my Molang Diary this month if I don’t get lazy, forget or tired to write journal entries on my current journal. 😉
The featured image above is a photo of the flower for January. It’s a Galanthus or most commonly known as a Snowdrop which blooms during the months of January to March. Expect to see a flower or birthstone of the month as my featured image for this type of post.
January is the first month of the year, has 31 days, and is named after the two-faced Roman god Janus.
January’s birth flower is the Dianthus caryophyllus or Galanthus.
The birthstone for January is the garnet which symbolizes constancy.
Read more about this month’s history and how it was named here.
-Featured photo from All Free Download
-Data source: timeanddate.com