- Any of your college class schedules?
- What your days were like when it was just you and your firstborn child?
- The foods you cooked as a newlywed, or how you divided the housework?
- Why you felt so busy at an earlier time that now seems simple compared to
your current life?
These are things I wonder about myself.
I wish I had documented this stuff in the first decade of my marriage.
Some months back I cracked open the journal I wrote in at the time I met Izzy. I was scrapbooking the story of how our relationship began for my Romantic Scrapbooking Course and I wondered if any forgotten details were inside.
Oh boy, there sure were…
I was in an epic dating phase during the week of my second date with Izzy.
(I tended to go on lots of dates over a couple of weeks and then ban dating for the next two weeks, back and forth between these two extremes).
Fortunately, I recorded all of the juicy details in my journal.
- How after my second date with Izzy I was starting to realize how much I liked him.
- And how I hung out with him right up to my third date and right after the fourth date, until I asked the last guy to take me home early so I could go hang out with Izzy instead.
I now have this dating schedule on a layout in my story album about how Izzy and I fell in love.
Thank goodness I recorded it!
But let’s be honest…
As I’ve been talking about scrapbooking our schedules lately, has the idea sounded boring to you?
Do you still think so?
Here’s a comment I got from Cara after my last video about scrapbooking your schedule (part 1)…
“I wasn’t convinced that this was something I would want to do until I watched the video and saw your older schedule layouts, and now I’m definitely going to do this. What a great thing to be able to look back on.”
And that video didn’t even include the juicy dating page. :)
Scrapbook Your Schedule, Part 2 is now available.
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