What Good Shall I Do This Day?
Benjamin Franklin asked himself two questions each day. At the beginning he asked "What good shall I do this day?"
At the end he asked "What good have I done today?"
He liked accountability.
I made this sign for myself, to stay on the right track and be kind as much as possible. Thought you might like it too.
MEDIUM 15" wide x 12.5" high
LARGE 21.75" wide x 17.65" high
Cut from sturdy, carpenter-grade 1/4" birch plywood and hand-painted, this bit of decor brightens up any wall.
Drilled with two leveled holes for easy hanging. It ships with two aluminum topped push pins.
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