Managing Your “Stories to Tell”

by | Feb 22, 2016 | Productivity Advice, Projects & Processes | 0 comments

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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