{Project Life} PL 2014

I haven’t posted any of my 2014 Project Life pages because …  well … I haven’t really done any. Yep. I had every intention of doing Project Life in 2014 and then my year started off crazy busy and I just never got started.

In March I sat down and did a few pages for the year, but I haven’t done anything since then. I’m conflicted. At this point I’m SO behind, is it worth it to try and catch up? But on the other hand, I love my Project Life pages from 2012 and 2013, so I think I’d be sad if I didn’t have something to show for 2014. 

 

Project Life 2014 | Opening Page | Kimberly Kalil Designs

Week One:

Project Life 2014 | Week 1 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

Project Life 2014 | Week 1 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

 

Week Two:

Project Life 2014 | Week 2 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

Project Life 2014 | Week 2 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

Week Three:

Project Life 2014 | Week 3 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

Project Life 2014 | Week 3 | Kimberly Kalil Designs

And that’s all I have done so far … I guess I need to make a decision on how I’m going to proceed and just do it. Do you think I could catch over a weekend? Is that too ambitious?

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4 Responses to {Project Life} PL 2014

  1. SueTR says:

    You can totally catch up !!! I use the physical product and I almost always end up doing it in “chunks” of one to three months. Keep going, you’ll be super glad when it’s done!

    How did you get your digi-book into the physical world??
    Did you print yours in a book or print out individual layouts?

  2. ginazee says:

    Motivates me to work on mine this weekend.

  3. Katie says:

    You can do it Kimberley! I love your layouts! I found if I work in steps with Digital, it all comes together a lot easier. When I was 9 weeks behind, I was feeling so overwhelmed – So I followed Cathy Zieklse’s idea of putting her favourite photos in a Weekly folder for that week. That’s all I did, I just chose my photos for the 9 weeks. I left it a few days, and when I came back to designing the pages, I found that the photos had “marinated” in my brain (if that makes sense!) and I could tell which would shine on the page, and which I could replace with other ones. I just chose one kit for each week and managed to get through 9 pages in about 2 weeks (evenings + weekends).

    You can do it :)