Have you heard of the 100 days project?
I have started this project twice and lasted about 5 days. But this time is different! After having a long run of daily yoga during March (as part of my one little word project), I know I can commit to something each day.
My plan for this project is not to add another thing of my list of things to do. I will use this project as a daily reminder to stop, breathe and notice something around me that captures my attention. Today I practiced this at Dylan’s baseball practice and captured three really great photos.
Here is my hope with this project is to motivate myself to look around, take a moment to absorb it all in, capture it in a photo and see what each day brings. I hope it inspires others to do something each day that resets their creative mind.
Some days I will write how I was feeling when I captured the photo, other days will just be the photo and the hashtag. I plan to post my daily photo to my Instagram page using the hashtag #100dailyphotos.
Let’s show up for our lives and look through the lens to find joy in the everyday moments!
Long time, no post! and it was a nice break. I am back to share more about how I am currently planning all the activities we have going on around here.
I am back into an Erin Condren Life Planner hourly planner and I LOVE it!
I am excited to share my newest adventure with you – planner team for Cocoa Daisy!
When I switched my weekly project life scrapbooking from 12×12 to 6×8, I wanted to find a way to combine my love for planners and pocket pages. I submitted my application for the Cocoa Daisy team in hopes of using their gorgeous A5 planner kits in my memory keeping pages. And I was invited to join the team!
Friends this is my last layout for the Ali Edwards Creative Team. Love seems fitting.
Here is the journaling
2017 expanded and pushed me creatively in the best way! I am so excited to have found and embraced my personal memory keeping style. And I am looking forward to practicing and growing in 2018!
Week 45 was spent at home with sick boys. And also Jacob’s half birthday!
One thing I love about 6×8 albums is the 3×8 inserts. On one side I told the story about 4 1/2 year old Jacob. On the opposite side I wrote a summary of our week.
I documented in mostly black and white and this will be something I will do more often. I love how the embellishments pop against the black and white. I love how the story is the forefront. And I am digging this size album!
This is my 4th year of doing project life. I am ready to change it up. Instead of waiting until 2018, I made the change mid year to 6×8. I love the smaller size!
The first week I completed was partially spent in Disneyland. I used Ali Edwards Day in the life kit to journal a few numbers specific to our trip. I love documenting this way.
I also used some of the Gather because the colors and sentiments matched perfect.
I am excited to document more in this smaller size!