New Year, new goals! For me that includes keeping up with my Digital Project Life 2015 album! I do have some catching up to do on my 2014 album, so I hope to not get so behind this year.
This year I’m trying something new. Instead of doing a full month of pages at a time, I’m breaking spreads down into weeks. So far, I’m loving it. I’m working to upload my photos more frequently (especially my photos from my phone) and go through a week at a time. It takes me about 15 minutes a week, and that seems much more manageable then trying to do a full month at a time. Plus, I love that by doing the pages right away, the details are fresh! I purchased the Coral Edition from Digital Project Life. I’m loving the new cards and designs for the year!
We began the year with a trip up to the mountains. The kids have been asking to build a snowman since our one day of snow. Though there wasn’t a ton of snow, we had fun doing a little sledding. And as you can see, Sadie (our dog) joined us for the adventure too! I also took the time to capture a typical evening in the Lee household. With shorter days, we enjoy playing games, doing puzzles and a bit of rough housing!
For the next week I decided to “cheat” a little bit. I found myself taking a few more photos and decided to do two spreads (4 pages) for the one week. Sawyer has me read Pinkalicious (the cupcake book) and Goodnight Moon everyday before her nap and bedtime. She loves to read them all on her own too.
We took full advantage of the sunshine and got outside! Sawyer practiced rider her new bike, the kids played with the rocket launcher (don’t you love how Milo is loading it for her?!) and we went for a walk to see the construction going on in downtown Snoqualmie.
See, how could I not include these photos too?! I spent an afternoon capturing Milo playing with some Legos, and Sawyer and my Tea Party (which I blogged about last week here). I caught Derek snoozing on the couch, and let’s not forget my 30 week bump photo!
What do you think? Do you like the Coral edition cards? Although it is hard not having a tangible book in my hands until the end of the year, I do love the design and personal touches I can add by using Project Life. Mostly, I love that it gets my images off my computer in a beautiful way!
P.S. Do you like that I share how I use my personal images? I hope to keep sharing pages as I create them (maybe once a month). I hope I can inspire you, too, to do something with the beautiful images we capture of our families!