I Could Improve On This Scrapbooking Idea

I Could Improve This Scrapbooking Layout

This is a scrapbooking idea that might require you to look at your current lifestyle and come up with one area for improvement. We women are pretty expert at picking out areas to be improved upon, aren’t we? ;-)

Do you think that your life would greatly improve if you could do better household budgeting? How about learning to be more vocal about your needs and start saying “No” to others’ endless requests of your time and effort? Or what about being more romantic and looking into doing little things that’ll please your husband and improve your marriage?

Put it down on record. Some time later when you look back, you might be very pleasantly surprised that you’ve indeed improved on that desired area. Or maybe your circumstances had changed by then and the improvement didn’t seem as urgent. With this layout, you’ll remember at one point in time it’s a concern and something you thought about getting better at.

For me, it’s time-management. Recently, I feel swamped by activities in the evenings. I’m so used to my time being my own time to use, that now I feel it challenging to give up a good portion of my evening time to engage in various meetings and activities. It overwhelms me at times. I know it’s an mental adjustment that I have to make to learn to be more at ease at giving more time to engage in activities and meetings that are meaningful. I’m just not used to it at the moment, and I believe I also could really speed up the leisurely pace I take to complete many things. Haha…

Ok, time for you to go think about an area you’ll like to improve upon and scrapbook about it. Have fun with this scrapbooking idea!

 

Supplies used: Cardstocks – Bazzill Basics, Patterned papers – Graphic 45 “Domestic Goddess Collection – Yours Truly”, Graphic 45 “Domestic Goddess Collection – Happy Homemaker”; Buttons – Autumn Leaves “Foof-a-la”; Black label – from stash; Tag labeler – Motex; Black pen – ZIG “Photo Signature”; Lace sticker – from stash; Lace ribbon – Daiso Japan; Brown ink – StazOn “Timber Brown”; One-hole puncher – from stash; White pen – Uniball Signo White

Photo credit: Metal Clock – Every Day by cema of Stock.xchng.

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