Hello! It’s been a long time since I last updated this blog. So much has happened since the last time and I decided to bring this back to life now that I’ve taken on a new project.
Last year, or from December 2011-November 2012, I was determined to finish PAD or Photo-a-day project. Yes, I was able to finish the entire 366 days. With the help of my phone and a few apps, I was able to make it. It wasn’t really to showcase my photography skills (or lack thereof) but really to record memories one photo everyday. It didn’t matter that I had sucky/blurred/noisy/senseless photos on some days, it was more about the memory tagged on each shot. I also had photos the entire December 2012 for December Daily.
And then it hit me. What to do with the photos after? I planned to make photobooks out of them but I’m too backlogged to even have the energy to continue doing the layouts. I only got to week 3, I think! But all the photos are already collaged (except for DD) so I know someday I’ll be able to do something about it.
This year, I added some more memory-keeping tools and I’m faced with the same dilemma. My online-turned-real-life friends have been talking about Project Life for the longest time. They even started an FB group, and added me, where everybody can push each other to finish the project. I realized that Project Life is the answer to my dilemma. And the key is to not miss on any week. I MUST be able to finish the weekly spread not later than Tuesday each week. It’s Tuesday today, and yes, I’m done with Week 1 :) I decided to go digital this year because I have no space for hybrid projects. I promise to have the pages printed because that’s when satisfaction is achieved, I think.
So what is Project Life? I’ll tell you in my next post :)