There’s been a lot going on of late that has taken precedence over my Project Life pages. A first child graduating from high school. A corresponding graduation party. A new website that is getting oh-so close to launching. Plus working to become a more responsible, less neurotic adult female planet member. (That alone makes it surprising I get anything else done, ever.) Combine this with the daily work I try to do to make life both clean, fed and profitable and you are left with the fact that as of last week, I was 11 weeks behind in Project Life.
I will be honest: there is zero stress about this. Zero. This project is my fun and relaxing way to add photos and words together for a document of our year. When it happens, it happens. And when it doesn’t, that’s what having weekly photo folders defined by the weekly dates in iPhoto is for: it’s all there waiting for when I am ready. And this past weekend, I made time to be ready.
Here’s how you catch up on 11 weeks of Project Life.
Step One: Refuse to accept that you are behind. Rather, look at it as the opportunity to spend a bit more time with your photos and stories.
Step Two: Tackle one week at a time, and if you have the mojo to do more, by all means, do.
Step Three: Have a glass of cheap red wine (won’t apply to everyone, I understand this.)
Step Four: Complete album pages and high five yourself or anyone in the vicinity as you do.
I kept them simple. If one page was all that was needed then that was all that was offered up. Not a lot of funky journal cards added, or if they were, they were simply repeats from the prior week. While I love to have fun and play with my Project Life pages, I just wanted to get ‘er done. I would say a lot more, but a lot more isn’t warranted. Here are my pages for the past 11 weeks.
Click on any of the images to see them larger in a new window. Note: when my new site launches, the images will be much larger and easier to read!
And that is all she wrote.