My memory keeping philosophy I am a High-school Maths teacher in the day and a scrapbooker in the night. I started scrapbooking 7 years ago and in 2009, a trip to a local scrapbook store inspired me to create Mini albums. I later moved on stylistically to prefer 12x12 layouts and am now absolutely in love with Project Life since 2013. Since then, I have tried the 12”x12", 6”x8” as well as the 6”x12" Project Life albums. I love your digital journaling cards very much and absolutely love using them in my Project Life. Creating projects like Week In The Life and Midori Traveler’s Notebook are my absolute favourites. As a frequent traveller, I always document my travel experiences in a Midori Notebook or a 6”x8” album. I also really enjoy planners – both spiral and ring bound. My style has evolved through my years as a scrapbooker. At first starting out with being obsessed with pretty papers; and Shimelle videos on twopeas have been an inspiration for many of my 12”x12” layouts. I was all about products and photo until I started talking many story-telling classes – such as Ali’s Hello Story Class; Stacy Julian’s Twelve: Shimelle’s Cover to Cover and many others. These have influenced and evolved my motto in scrapbooking and memory keeping. As I progress to see the big picture of memory keeping, I journaled more and attempts to tell more stories. Albeit being one of the more laborious tasks, journaling and connecting life stories together has become my absolute MOST favourite part of scrapbooking now, especially when I flip back to my projects. I am very please with my progress in Project Life and other memory keeping projects.