The list topics this past week have really encouraged me think back to childhood, and all kinds of memories. This has also helped me remember more stories I would love to tell in my scrapbooking. Stories that I really want to pass onto my children and future generations. I strongly encourage you to play along with this endearing project if you have the time. This is a bi-annual challenge that is completed every March and September. Even though I am only at the mid-way point of the month, I already know that without a doubt, I will be playing along with this listing challenge every time it is offered in the future. It really is that insightful, rewarding, and fun.
My 30 Days of Lists pages:
I am keeping my 30 Days of LIst book super simple and using the 8.5 x 11 inch divided page protectors manufactured by We R Memory Keepers. They are called the baseball card sleeves (each pocket measures 2.5 x 3.5 inches.) I am really liking this size for it's simplicity and consistency in page sizes. The only downside is the pockets are small, so you have to make sure to use very small handwriting. That seems to be working well for me though, and encourages me to write slowly and carefully. I have been working on improving my handwriting, so it is a really good benefit as well. I plan on using this binder for all of my future listing projects until it is completely full. I should be able to get a few years in there at the very least. :-)
Onto my lists:
Thank you for stopping by today. How are your lists coming along? I would love it if you are playing along to leave a link in the comments below to your lists. I have really enjoyed seeing how others are interpreting and completing this challenge. Have a very blessed weekend!