I decided that I’d post a round-up of my photo-a-day challenge on Fridays. The reason? Just felt like it – nothing special. Lol
//from left to right
day 1: your view – my babies are playing, obviously hehe
day 2: words – The quote says, “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart” written by Helen Keller. I ripped it out of the February Woman’s Day magazine.
day 3: hands – I wanted to take a photo of my babies’ hands because they won’t be small for long. They grow up so fast.
I am planning on getting the diaper deal at Target tomorrow, Saturday, and hoping to walk at the flea market if the temperature permits. My son is turning 1 year old in 2 weeks and we are planning to have a party for him. So, I’d like to also take a pre-birthday photo this weekend but there are so many things that need to be done that it might get pushed for next weekend.
What are your plans this weekend? Well, whatever it is I hope that you have a great one!
I saw the above challenge here – link! A whole month is quite feasible equipped with an iphone, wouldn’t you agree? I will post mine on instagram and then at the end of the month put them in a mini album.
So, are you up for the challenge?
a few years back ali edwards coined the one little word (challenge, so to speak) in lieu of a new year’s resolution list. a single word that one chooses to use as a guide and mantra throughout the year.
though i have a resolution list for 2012, i also chose my one little word for this year. it was my mantra for 2011 and will continue on for this year. that one little word is edit. i found it was difficult to choose just one word but i managed to narrow it down to 3. it was a debate between minimal, focus and edit. i felt that edit emcompasses the other two so it became my mantra. editing leads to minimizing our life.
now that we have 2 children, accumulating things is very easy. add the shopaholic-ish me and hubby and we have a very messy, cluttered home. stuff is everywhere. it drives me insane! however because of this mantra, i am delighted to report that mr. s and i have made some progress.
“a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – lao tzu
to be honest, the quote above is suppose to make me feel better about starting the project life album but that’s besides the point. although i have several albums in queue for completion, i am beginning a new one called project life. it is an album documenting a year of one’s life created by ali edwards. i haven’t gathered the materials for this album yet but i already began taking pictures and taking notes. fairly good start, no? we are still in week 1, lol, we’ll see how it goes. my plan for this album?
1. keep it clean simple and not fuss about the design.
2. use a spread of photos per week instead of putting all of my focus on taking a photo a day. i definitely do not have the energy or the time for that.
3. create and print my own journaling cards instead of purchasing. this should be easy enough, i think.
4. purchase a white 12 x12 album and page protectors.
here is my abandoned daily december album for 2009. as i was going through it today, i figured i can actually go ahead and add the photos ^.~ i’m not much of a journaling person anyway. however, i do like to keep receipts, lists etc so i will definitely add those. i guess it wasn’t such a complete fail after all. now i just have to search and print the photos.
it is obvious that my album for this year is a complete 360 from last year’s. i wanted something clean, simple, not-so “cluttered” and busy looking. following ali edwards this year’s daily december, here it is. it looks quite boring and ugly doesn’t it? so far i’ve finished the main pages, front and back cover, and the “transparencies” pages. more update on the album later on.