Where Am I With Project Life?

Oh me, oh my. We are more then half way through the year already. It is so hard for me to believe how time is moving way to fast for me. The baby is already 6 months old and Summer is just about over for us. The kids only have about 3 weeks left of school.

I have shared with you many times now that I have decided to switch over to project life this year. I have also shared with you that my process is quite different from most as that whole weekly concept just drives me batty.

Here’s the thing though, I have OCD issues, which you have heard me talk about as well in the past and I might not complete my albums weekly but I do complete them monthly and when I slide my photos into their pockets guess what? They are put in chronologically. This is because I remember when the photos were taken and I just can’t put the photos into the album in the wrong order. My brain just won’t allow it.

Any who this post is all about where I am today with my album and I am proud to say that I have all of my photos printed up until this month. Yes, you read that correctly, all of my photos are currently printed. They are also all placed into the album and then this is where the good news ends. I have completed all the way up to Easter in my album meaning the layouts are complete, embellished and I am calling them done.

Here are a few of my layouts you will notice that I keep it simple just like I keep my 12×12 layouts simple, and yes I still make 12×12 layouts which I then just stick in my album.

There are two other lovely ladies that are sharing their project life status with you today. The first one is Katina from Loving Lifes Little Blessings and the second one is Kelsey from Kelsey Is. Don’t forget to hop on over to their sites and see what their status is and how they are doing with their project life this year.

How is your album coming along this year? Let us know in the comments.


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