Tag Archives: project life seafoam edition

our finished family yearbook

It’s here!  Our 2013 family yearbook!  I know I’ve already shared many of the digital pages, but there’s something different about holding the final, printed book in hand. For those of you who are already Project Lifers and contemplating switching to the digital version, here are my thoughts: PRO:  No hassling with printing photos. PRO:...

project life: december

Geez, December 2013 feels like it was a YEAR AGO already.  December seems to be different than other months– I majorly rush through the pages because I am SO ready to move onto a fresh design for 2014 [I’m using the Kraft edition] and SO ready to order the finished book. Speaking of finished books:...

project life: november

You guys.  It’s December. There’s only one month left of my 2013 Project Life [how is that possible?].  Eleven months and nothing has changed:  I love how quick and easy this project is! This is the time of the year where I become SUPER antsy to get the finished product IN MY HANDS RIGHT NOW....

project life: october

I need to start this post with a confession:  October kicked my butt.  It began with travel, was filled with sleepless nights due to colds & teething, and I had SIXTEEN photo sessions to edit and get out the door. All this to say… Project Life took a backseat. But it’s all ok.  That’s why...

project life: september

I can’t believe September is already over… I feel like I was just writing a blog post with my August project life pages! September 1-7.  It was a relatively quiet week because we stayed home for Labor Day weekend.  We had aspirations to go camping at one of the state parks, but couldn’t find a...

project life: august

When I posted last month about my experience with Project Life, I never anticipated I’d get so many responses. My little ol’ blog went from basically no visitors [except you, Mom!] to thousands & thousands of hits in a day. The part that was most interesting to me was how the simplicity of my pages...

Tag Archives: project life seafoam edition

our finished family yearbook

It’s here!  Our 2013 family yearbook!  I know I’ve already shared many of the digital pages, but there’s something different about holding the final, printed book in hand. For those of you who are already Project Lifers and contemplating switching to the digital version, here are my thoughts: PRO:  No hassling with printing photos. PRO:...

project life: december

Geez, December 2013 feels like it was a YEAR AGO already.  December seems to be different than other months– I majorly rush through the pages because I am SO ready to move onto a fresh design for 2014 [I’m using the Kraft edition] and SO ready to order the finished book. Speaking of finished books:...

project life: november

You guys.  It’s December. There’s only one month left of my 2013 Project Life [how is that possible?].  Eleven months and nothing has changed:  I love how quick and easy this project is! This is the time of the year where I become SUPER antsy to get the finished product IN MY HANDS RIGHT NOW....

project life: october

I need to start this post with a confession:  October kicked my butt.  It began with travel, was filled with sleepless nights due to colds & teething, and I had SIXTEEN photo sessions to edit and get out the door. All this to say… Project Life took a backseat. But it’s all ok.  That’s why...

project life: september

I can’t believe September is already over… I feel like I was just writing a blog post with my August project life pages! September 1-7.  It was a relatively quiet week because we stayed home for Labor Day weekend.  We had aspirations to go camping at one of the state parks, but couldn’t find a...

project life: august

When I posted last month about my experience with Project Life, I never anticipated I’d get so many responses. My little ol’ blog went from basically no visitors [except you, Mom!] to thousands & thousands of hits in a day. The part that was most interesting to me was how the simplicity of my pages...

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