Project Life: Sometimes, it’s all about me

Hey there. Back again with another set of Project Life pages. My second week of 2013 (Jan. 6-12) found me on a business trip in Europe. When this happens I normally have a lot of pictures of what I’m doing and not as many from the home front. I have a few choices. I could just quit (not really a choice), because I’m only tell part of the story.I can embrace the truth that I travel a great deal for work and there will just be some weeks that are more about me than my family. Or I can try to find a balance between both worlds: mine on the road and my family’s back home.

In most cases, I try to the find balance. It helps that my husband is a willing memory keeper … in as much as he shares stories with me, texts photos, posts to social media, etc. He often provides me a treasure trove of information without putting in too much effort.

For the most part, my Project Life pages are a true reflection of my life. Some times it’s all about me. Other times, it’s all about my kids. And other times, it’s about all four of us … things just ebb and flow. And I try to embrace that and accurately document this.

Here’s how it all came together in Week 2:




Twice a month (2nd and 4th Wednesdays) I’ll be blogging about Project Life and what works for me over at the Two Peas in a Bucket Digital blog. Check out my first installment here.

Are you doing Project Life in 2013? Is this your first time? How have you prepared? If you’re a veteran, any advice? This week I linked up with The Mom Creative, a site filled with great Project Life inspiration.

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6 Responses to Project Life: Sometimes, it’s all about me

  1. Jan says:

    Firstly I have loved your freebies and have used them alot on my physical layouts. I love your digital Project Life and am attempting to do mine this way for 2013. My question is…how do you get the background paper behind the template?

  2. Alex says:

    Love your second week and I think it is great that you get support from your husband! My boyfriend doesn’t quite understand why I am doing PL 😛

    Greetings from Germany,

  3. Sandra says:

    Thank you for the link, this is my first year of doing project life and boy is it a learning curve, so I’ll take all the advice I can. I like the fact that your husband is involved in your project, I also love that your honest about your life in your album 🙂 thank you

  4. libbywilko says:

    Thanks Kimberly for sharing so much with us, great week 2 !

  5. Kellie says:

    Your project life week 2 looks amazing!

  6. Fiona says:

    I love your pages! You did a great job combining your week with your family’s. Love the macaroons shot…yum! So fun to see you in Denmark (I live here)!

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