Ah, July… you hot little number, you! Well, the month, much like my life for the past 22 year, has flown by and even though much happened, I took surprisingly few photos! After going through my culling process, I was left with about 100 shots. For me, that’s not a big number! I really didn’t have enough to make four pages for the month so I took a nice shortcut and just made two.
(Wait—can she do that? Um, she done did it!)
PHOTOS TAKEN: 102
PHOTOS USED: 14
My title page just features a smattering of images from the month. I always try to include one shot of each family member and this month, I barely squeaked that through.
The recap page is page 2. I just did not have enough images to stretch this out, so I didn’t. And this is perfectly okay! I still have the words to tell the story, and the photos to support it. And, I’ll save a bit of money at the end of the year with a slightly smaller book. Maybe. As long as I don’t have ginormous months coming. But the thing is, this approach is fluid! No stressing out about not filling in the requisite four pages.
Now August will look a bit different as I took, oh, about a gazillion photos at a tournament last weekend. But we’ll cross that photo bridge next month!
To see my other pages from 2018, click here.
If you’d like to see more of this project, check out my 2017 posts here. or you can watch my album recap video to see my completed project from last year!
Want to learn my system for approaching a year long project?
Loving the no-stress attitude, Cathy. Good to be reminded that great design still delivers stylish pages no matter how few there are :). And that is a very vibrant and funky shirt …