Two summers ago I made some journals from folders and card stock I had spray painted. I loved the rough texture and thickness, but I wasn't sure what to do with them. Then the next spring I realized they were the perfect place to organize my overwhelming mound of UFO's. Although I prefer to think of them as simply not yet finished. I get easily distracted, and enthusiasm for a new project can be misinterpreted as inability to complete a task.
For a while now I've been trying to implement actual better organization plans, (rather than just spending a lot of time developing new plans). And what they (meaning anyone who tries to give you advice on organization) say is true. Getting out from under all that weight of stuff and "shoulds" is liberating.
Of course it has cut into my play time. Sigh.
These are examples of my pages. I'd like to think that I had vital information/samples/ details written down about each project so that I can handily recreate or learn from what I've done. HA!!! hahhaha HAHAHHAHAH!!
I've started to print out new pictures of the projects I've been doing and finishing to add to the book. Maybe that will come tomorrow. Maybe.
What I LOVE about this journal is how concrete it makes what I've been dong. Sometimes I finish something and it immediately goes off to someone else, or tucked away. This really lets me keep and keep track of what I've done.
Plus I just like looking through it.