Managing Your “Stories to Tell”

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

February 22, 2016

Since 2013 I’ve been scrapbooking the “right now” using an approach that combines Project Life and Library of Memories. Even though I organize my photos and albums chronologically, I think about stories along thematic lines.

When I have a photo I want to scrapbook, I consider all the stories that come to mind. I think about where those stories fit into the context of our life and identify which one feels the most compelling in the present moment.

That’s the story I use right away to create—or I mark it down in my Simple Scrapper Planner using the LOM-style story tracking page.

Managing the Stories You Want to Tell

I was excited when Scrapbook & Cards Today invited me to be a guest on their blog. My post went live today and in it I share a simple three-step process to set up your own system for story tracking. I’ve also included a free download and an exclusive coupon code.

Click here to read “How to Keep Track of Scrapbook Page Ideas”.

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