With a much needed break in the work action this past weekend, I decided to play a little catch up with my 2015 Project Life album. The nice thing about the monthly approach is that I feel much less pressure to be on some kind of time frame. I mean, I have a whole month to figure it out, right? It’s no big deal if two pass by. I can play catch up.
I took a ridiculous number of photos in August (1,146) but most of those were from ultimate frisbee tournaments. I really need to go through my photo library and do some major culling of images. Some day, right? Here are my digital pages for August.
I didn’t do a ton of journaling for August. I figured the photos tell enough of a story and for me, that’s all I want. People ask me how I’m able to pare down 1,146 photos to just a handful and my answer is usually this: I just don’t overthink it.
My goal is not to document every last thing we do/see/think/taste/experience. I just want a gathering that reflects our life in these modern times. And that, my friends, is exactly what I’m doing with it.
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