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.
Is anyone else feeling the drag that comes with keeping up with a weekly project? It's totally natural to lose steam and start dreaming of ways to re-haul and rethink your projects. I'd even argue that it's a completely healthy part of the creative process. For me, I have so much I want to do and only a little bit of execution time. Keeping up with everything I want to do takes planning and sometimes prioritizing. But, no matter how tired I get of this process sometimes, I do believe it's one of the most valuable things I do. These photos and stories are revisited, shared, remembered and loved by our family. Using the kits makes it even easier to capture our lives. I'm a firm believer in Project Life and so grateful that at the end of the day all I have to do is print photos, slip in journaling cards, and call it done!
Anything else is bonus!
What are ways you get over your creative ruts? Have you changed the way you do Project Life? I'd love to hear more!!
This week's spread:
The calendar card is from Elise. I love the pop of color it gave to the week!
I added cards from the Kiwi and Midnight kit for journaling. I wanted to document some of the flowers from the backyard. They are blooming like crazy right now!
The small photo is a capture from Mark and Mia's date to the Observatory. She got to meet two women who were astro-physicists. One of them was also a dancer. Hearing about her new role models and all that she got to see was amazing.
I had to document new hair! I went to a new stylist that really understood and listened to how I want my hair! Plus, selfies are a fun way to get myself into our book more!
On the right hand side:
A morning with Gerald and Piggie, yard work, and playing with chickens.
Mark sent me the photo of Hollis and Mia together. They have a special bond and getting that in photos makes me really happy.
You can find out more about Project Life here.