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Meg Woolston
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Travel Scrapbooking: An Africa Study Abroad Album - part 2 #travelscrap #scrapbooking

About this series: In 2007, I participated in a 6-week study abroad program in southern Africa with 10 other education majors from my university. We worked in the school of a refugee camp to model effective/appropriate teaching for the untrained women who…

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My Hybrid Project Life Process part 3: Assembling Pages #projectlife #scrapbooking #hybridscrapbooking #memorykeeping

Throughout the week, I’ve been sharing bits of my hybrid Project Life process to give you a little behind-the-scenes glimpse of how my pages come together from start to finish. In part one of this mini-series, I shared how I prepare my photos. Part two…

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My hybrid Project Life process part 2 - Planning my pages #ProjectLife #hybridscrapbooking #scrapbooking

On Monday, I began a mini blog series about my hybrid Project Life process, starting with how I select and prepare my photos for my monthly pages. Today, the series continues, this time focusing on how I plan my layouts once all my photos have been…

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My Hybrid Project Life Process part one: Photo preparation #ProjectLife #hybridscrapbooking #scrapbooking

If there’s one thing I’ve learned while transitioning to a hybrid Project Life process from a fully-digital process, it’s that hybrid requires a lot more advanced planning and preparation! When working on a digital page, you’re free to make mistakes over…

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Mini Book: Lyric Love #memorykeeping #journaling #minibook #music

Earlier this summer, I created a mini book for the Awesome Ladies Project that’s a little outside the scope of what I would typically define as memory keeping. It’s photo-less, doesn’t include any direct details about myself, and isn’t tied to any one…

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Hybrid 9x12 Project Life - April 2015 #projectlife

The first few months of 2015 were rather uneventful and therefore pretty easy to fill up a few 9×12 Project Life page protectors, but April gave me a bit of a run for my money! With a long weekend trip and our one-year wedding anniversary in the mix, I…

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Eliminate "I'm bored": 10 boredom busters for a more memorable life #memorykeeping #scrapbooking #bored

Photo courtesy of Death to the Stock Photo.  About this series: I spend a lot of time on this blog sharing the ways I document life through scrapbooking and list-making. But equally important to me is actually living a creative and memorable life! A…

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Independence Day Pocket Scrapbook Freebie #independenceday #4thofJuly #projectlife #scrapbooking #freebie

Tomorrow is Independence day in the United States, so I thought I’d create a little holiday-themed freebie pack to celebrate! This Independence Day pocket scrapbook freebie includes two 3×4″ filler cards, one 3×4″ journal card, and one 6×4″ journal card…

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A Picture and 1000(ish) Words journal challenge: July 2015 #1000WordStory #storytelling #journaling #scrapbooking

Last month, I wrote a post that introduced the new #1000WordStory journal challenge to encourage us all to include more documented stories in our memory keeping projects. It was so fun to see all the projects you created for this challenge and shared in…

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Snippets of life from June 2015 #currently #ILoveLists #memorykeeping

In 2015, in addition to doing monthly Project Life pages, I’m also creating a monthly list of things I’m doing, both as a record for my own memory keeping, and as a way for you all to get to know me a little better! In June, I have been: reading // All…
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