This is a scrapbooking idea you would find familiar. It’s an idea I’ve used for A Day of My Life, except this time I changed the title to “ANOTHER day of my life”.
I didn’t know how could this happen. Either subconsciously I felt that I didn’t do a thorough enough job the first time, or I haven’t yet recovered from my first ever 5km (3.1 miles) run last Sunday. Lesson learned? To double check my record book for the topics I should be scrapbooking about and not doing repeats! ;)
That said, I’m pleased with the results as I’ve added in more details while recording my activities this time round.
Incidentally, this is happening almost a month after I’ve created “A Day of My Life”. So it could be seen as the follow-up to see how much or how little my daily routine has changed.
Well, if you feel that you want a second chance to create a layout to review about your daily activities, here’s the chance to do it now!
But if you’re happy with your “A Day of My Life” layout, and are really looking forward to a new topic to scrapbook this week, I’ve picked one for you. :) It should be a fun one!
It’s called “My Most Used Expressions”! Yup, here’s the opportunity to show on your scrapbook page, the expressions you used so often that others already know what you’re going to say before you even complete your statement. Your favorite expressions could be reflections of your beliefs. They could be expressing your choices of exclamations over unexpected events. They could also be projecting your sense of dry humor to others.
Next week, we’ll be in sync again, scrapbooking on a new topic together. Meanwhile, you have fun while I try to fight away the activated “limbo” state I’ve fallen into. How could this have happened… Is failing memory attacking me so early in life? Haha…
Supplies used: Cardstocks – Bazzill Basics and The Paper Company; Patterned papers – Basic Grey “Sultry”Collection, Teresa Collins “Journal-it — Calendar Time”, Sassafras “Serendipity – Owl Pals”; Red pen – Zig Memory System “Fine & Chisel”; Black pen – Zig Memory System “Millennium”; Black marker – Zig Memory System “Writer”; Brown ink – StazOn “Brown Timber”; Scallop-edged scissors – Daiso Japan; Yellow button – from stash; Flowers – from stash.