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25/31: heart #photoadayjuly26/31: sunshine. #photoadayjuly
27/31: on the road #photoadayjuly28/31: cup #photoadayjuly
29/31: last thing you bought #photoadayjuly30/31: calm (before the storm) -- taken yesterday before the rains and winds got really strong. #photoadayjuly

25/31: heart #photoadayjuly
26/31: sunshine. #photoadayjuly
27/31: on the road #photoadayjuly
28/31: cup #photoadayjuly
29/31: last thing you bought #photoadayjuly
30/31: calm (before the storm) — taken yesterday before the rains and winds got really strong. #photoadayjuly

Oh wow! I finally finished a photo a day challenge – I still have tomorrow (the 31st prompt) but I consider it 99.9% completed! I plan to have it in a 12×12 layout to be included in our Project Life album.

Will I do it again?
To be honest, not anytime soon.While I love the idea of taking pictures everyday, I cannot constrain myself to the prompts only. What came as an advantage to participating in the challenge though is that it allowed me to re-train myself to take pictures everyday again. It has given me the jumpstart to really tackle Project Life with passion again and I can say I am 100% back on track to documenting our everyday again after falling behind last summer. In between working full-time at home, driving the kids to and from their summer classes, learning how to repair leather car seats from the husband and the numerous events that happened last summer, I literally got burned out even thinking of assembling our Project Life pages. Isn’t it funny that memory-keeping falls a bit behind when you actually live? Isn’t it even true? I think it’s not in a sense, I just need to learn to do better time management when the kids are with me 24/7 again.

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