I my previous job, we always used this weird phrase: “tackle the low hanging fruit”. What this means is to start with the most possible, realistic goals and tasks first. This virtually guarantees success and gives you momentum to keep reaching higher.
This can certainly be applied to scrapbooking as we often struggle with the recurring question: what should I scrap next?
Instead of agonizing over which memory is more important or what needs to get done, this approach helps you get something done now. You can select the page or project you’re ready to do, the one where you have the supplies and the photos and it just needs some time. Then, you can use this energy and enthusiasm to carry over into your next memory keeping endeavor!
Let’s discuss how YOU decide what to scrap! Do you keep a list? Do you have works-in-progress? Do you scrap in a certain order? Give it to me straight!