Forget-Me-Nots are invaluable tools for the thinking process in whatever you are doing.  They can be used as stand-alone reminders at a very basic level, or used with increasing levels of sophistication both by themselves or in combination with other Forget-Me-Nots (which we call 'cross-pollination').​

If you just want a quick reminder of what the Forget-Me-Nots look like and a brief description of what each one does then click here:

​Forget-Me-Nots Outline

Click here if you want a more detailed description of what the Forget-Me-Nots are and how to use them effectively. This is the plainer version (black Calibri font with toned down graphics).

One of the Forget-Me-Nots, TIDES, is particularly useful for project planning or organising yourself and your work.  Our TIDES handout tells you what the acronym stands for and how to use it. 

"If you get stuck, draw with a different pen. Change your tools; it may free your thinking."
Paul Arden

You can print off the Forget-Me-Not images to act as a reminder to use them.  Print them on card (or paper that you then laminate), then cut them up to keep where you work as a handy visual aid. We have organised them into their different categories (Farmer, Pioneer, Scientist, Judge and Coach) and then put them all in one pdf file for ease of printing. If you print them double-sided, they will have their definition on the back.