Hi, I'm Megan Anderson from the Nerd Nest and I am a Project Life addict.
Project Life has completely changed the way I document my life in my scrapbooks and has enabled me to capture the ever-changing, beautiful, everyday experiences of my family. By the end of January 2012, I had already documented more than I had in the whole of 2011! I was once a one-or-two-photos-a-page scrapper, and now I find myself with 25-50 photos on a two page spread every week. My family's story is getting told with a depth I never thought was possible and if that's not a testimonial to the amazingness of the project, I don't know what is. I'm so passionate about Project Life, I'll be here on the BPC blog every Monday this month for a Project Life Challenge series.
I first heard of Big Picture Classes as a guest on BPC's affiliate site Paperclipping Roundtable. I became a member of BPC in January 2012, and I found the FREE official Project Life Community so very helpful as I began what seemed like an enormous, almost insurmountable challenge to take on. I don't know anyone who does Project Life in real life, so it's amazing to be able to see what others are doing. I've been very inspired by others' digital layouts and unique ways of tackling the concept, which has inspired me to take a different approach that works best with my memory keeping process.
See you next Monday for the first of four Project Life Challenges.
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The whole installation rellay worked in a auspicious way. The real wall, those windows up high, the odd parachute sculptures, the lovely laptop mini film, The way we all had to come together to look in the window of the van, the engine running,the coming together of family and friends and city officials and the powerfully simple time line that drew it all together (I had the pleasure of handing out) it worked for me.I think the waist shirt workers would have been very proud. In fact I felt them there.falling and rising.
Thanks for sharing! I'm loving it also and wishing I knew about this "way" of scrapbooking years ago to catch the normal everyday life!
Megan's Project rocks! Can't wait to see the Challenges...
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