Project Life, 2014 | Catch Up Campaign. The Truth.
During my Project Life Catch up Campaign I have been charging on through, jumping around all over the place moving forwards, going backwards and simply creating without much thought as to how many weeks I am still behind. This morning a grabbed both volumes of my Project Life 2014 and decided it was time to face the truth.
After I had counted up the weeks I was happily surprised to discover that I am only 10 weeks behind now! Yes. Considering how behind I was when I started the Catch up Campaign this makes me very happy. The breakdown is:
Volume 1 | weeks 22 through to 25 to create. (3 weeks).
Volume 2 | weeks 37 through to 44 to create. (7 weeks). I’m entering into my 45th week.
Guess what. I can do this! I can achieve my goal of being caught up by the end of the year! It’s going to be full on as I have Week in the Life to finish and will be beginning December Daily on the 1st of December BUT I’m just going to stick to my plan of keeping each week simple while focusing on the photos and the telling of our stories.
Right now I’m that little red engine repeating over and over again… I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.
Hope you’re all having a fab start to your week! XO
My printer saga continues. Over the last few days I have been so indecisive as to which printer to get. I hate indecision but being conscious of money and wanting to purchase something that will last me another 4 years I realised I had to take my time and choose carefully. I am relieved to say that I have made a decision and it should be here my the end of the week. As a result though my Project Life Catch up Campaign together with beginning the creative process of putting my Week in the Life album together has been put on hold. My fingers are itching to continue with both of them but I know that the wait for this new printer will be worth it. I’m excited that I’ll be working with high quality photos again and even more excited to have the option of printing up to A3. I have plans for a picture wall our hallway here at 209 and this new printer means I’ll have the capability to print every single photo I wish for at any size right here at home.
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