It is almost that time of year when we start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. I always try to have a few broad goals for the upcoming year. I have found that scrapbooking these goals is a great way to set intentions for the new year.
At the end of 2016, I found that I had a few scrappy goals that I wanted to work on during the next year. Instead of just writing these intentions down, I made them into a scrapbook page. This is my layout for 2017.
When asked to write about scrapbooking intentions for Get It Scrapped, I decided to document my goals for scrapbooking in 2018. This page captures my intentions.
I am finding that I really enjoy setting my intentions in a concrete form through a scrapbook page. I am thinking that I might make a page for other goals I have for 2018!
If you would like to see how other design team members documented their intentions, head on over to the Get It Scrapped blog.
Now go create!
Ahhh, it’s that time again—another year coming to a close and a brand new year on the horizon. It’s a chance to look back at all of the events from the past and plan for the future. And what better way to document the past and future but through lists! I must admit that I love lists. So this month’s Story Starters at Simple Scrapper appealed to me very much. I used two of the Story Starters to wrap up 2013 and look forward to 2014.
This past year was a time of many firsts for me and my family. I chose a few of the photos that best represented these important events and used them with a full list of what we did in 2013. A list format was the perfect way to document my story on this layout. I was able to include a great deal of information in just a little space on my page. I adapted one of January’s Sketch Templates to include five photos (instead of the original three)—one for each member of my family.
As a lover of lists, I enjoy writing down my resolutions and goals for the coming year. There is something about actually seeing this information on a piece of paper that makes me feel a little more accountable for putting my resolutions into practice. Creating a page that lists my goals for next year allows me even more to ponder what I want to get done and how to do it. The January pie-chart Sketch Template seemed to reflect the theme of my page—discrete goals that I want to incorporate into my life a as a whole.
These two pages were so refreshing to make. I was able to look back on the memorable events from 2013 as well as look ahead to exciting new adventures coming in 2014. Using the Story Starters and Sketch Templates from Simple Scrapper’s Premium Membership allowed me to pull these layouts together easily.
And speaking of looking ahead, Start Fresh at Simple Scrapper starts on January 8, 2014. This class is a five-day scrapbooking cleanse created to ease you into a new year of memory keeping. Go to the Start Fresh page at Simple Scrapper for more information. Happy New Year!