Monday, January 23, 2012

Project Life 2012 | Week Three

Week three was a last minute decision to take vacation at home... staycation.


It was a week of Yoga, quilting, friends and organizing. Something that I needed after several weeks of long hours, every weekend and early mornings for work.


After this week I noticed an integral activity that was missing from my daily routine - yoga. I went four days this week and also had two deep tissue massages. My body and mind really needs this kind of fuel to function during high stress. If my job continues to be in this high mode I really need to carve out time for both of these. Which means saying 'no' a little bit more.

I am also happy that I didn't miss our first real snow! It didn't last very long but was pretty while it was here - pretty in a sense that I didn't have to commute in it and could enjoy it from my window. However I didn't like the fact that when we have weather like this, the area right inside of the dog door become an indoor toilet. LOL!

How is project life coming along for you? I am hoping that Amber posts soon - she shared with me some great tips on printing on the PictureMate printer and having set cutting marks on your trimmer for the common sizes you need when doing this project. Time savers!

6 comments:

  1. Hi paula...
    Question: Where do you get your pocketed page protectors as shown above? I love they are sectioned. Where can I find them?

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    1. I bought these on Amazon.com - they are the project life brand protectors Design A. I believe that they are currently sold out though so keep on checking!

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  2. I love how 'clean' your PL is turning out to be. So pretty.

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    1. Thank you Melanie - I am bummed that I am not using a lot of the kit I purchased but more happy with the look. Thanks for stopping by the blog!

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  3. Paula, I'm still so impressed by this project. It's coming along so beautifully. And kudos to you for taking time for yourself -- and learning to say 'no.' That's something I'm working on...

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    1. Thank you Brandi - It is definitely coming together more easily than I had thought it would. Can't wait to see what you do!!

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