Once a week I share my Project Life pages--mostly to help keep myself on track for the year. I'd love to see your pages too so be sure to leave a comment or link to your weekly spread. You can follow me here and on Instagram to see all sorts of goodies from our life.
This week I played a little bit more with the Kiwi kit. I have to say that I absolutely love the colors and different things it's bringing to my Project Life pages. Aside from journaling on the photos a lot this week, I kept it pretty simple. Right now, keeping it simple assures that I get it done and don't stress too much about how it looks. With so many people sharing Project Life work online, it's easy to not feel like you (or more specifically, me) aren't measuring up. Remember, the real goal of Project Life is documenting your life in the best way for you! Right now, using the cards, the Project Life pens and a few labels or stickers are about all I can manage. And, that's totally okay.
Here's the whole week:
Close up on the left hand side:
We've started a new Sunday morning routine where I get up early and head to the gym. After, I go grocery shopping and am greeted with really empty stores. It's the best.
I usually bring home doughnuts and chocolate milk for the kids and this week I snapped a picture of the doughnut shelf.
The two journaling cards are from the Kiwi kit.
We found ourselves at Target again this week. I snapped a photo of the kids "playing" with the toys.
I wrote directly on the photo with my Project Life pens.
Mia and I have been watching Once Upon the Time together. It's the first "grown-up" show that we've let her watch and she's smitten. It's a good thing for us to to do together. Just us.
The past few times we've curled up in our bed and watched on the laptop. This week I snapped a picture. These white markers are a white gelly roll pen and Sharpie water-based fine point.
Close-up on the right hand side:
This week I was finally able to find a pair of my favorite shoes to replace my old ones. I snapped a picture of the two side by side. Yikes. It really was time for a new pair!
This week was Q week at school. The twins brought home these adorable "quilts" and I couldn't help but snap a photo. Taking a photo of your child's work is a great way to keep it without really keeping it! I'm tempted to turn Naomi's white and pink quilt into a real quilt!
The two cards below are from the Kiwi kit.
I love that I captured Naomi spinning and dancing in one of her dresses. She was singing Frozen along with the soundtrack for Mark and me. That sticker is from the Dear Lizzy line.