What is it about? Documenting your story. Yup, you. Imagine that! It's a goal of mine every month, every week, to get a little more me in my Project Life albums but sometimes that doesn't always happen. Or sometimes what I want to share or write about it is a little too personal for our family album.
I started putting together a Handbook at the beginning of the year as a way to simply document two other classes that I'm chipping my way through this year - Elise's I Choose self paced class and Cathy's Move More Eat Well 2.0, both over at Big Picture Classes. Following a very loose format of filling in those little pockets I love so much with topics I feel are all about me - my goals + wishes, my struggles + fears, my loves + loathes (is that a word?) - I think Lexi's class and the content (and that awesome class kit, the printables and diecuts) are going to be a perfect way to round out my album. Here's a peek at the class kit, which is available while supplies last and ships for free anywhere :
And this week I started pulling together some of my own supplies to supplement my album.
The awesome little wood box was a find in Target's dollar spot ($3 to be exact). I've included Tina's currents stamp, Natalia's prompt cards, pretty papers + Hambly transparencies, veneers + badges and a lot of the one-of-a-kind journaling cards from my Project Life kits that I'm hoarding. I think this album will be a perfect home for them.Silhouette sticker paper. I'm pretty much obsessed with that print + cut feature!
As if April wasn't already going to be an awesome month. This class is just going to be the icing on the birthday cake. ;)
Today : I am in the midst of making 100 lists - packing, vacation prep, things to do, things to buy - plus a much needed haircut and fresh highlights. Hooray for sunshine blasting through our windows + the motivation to get stuff done today. Have a wonderful weekend!