Today our goal is to make a quick layout from the picture you took most recently on your phone.
I have a very regimented system for the photos that come off my camera. But for those from my phone? Not so much. I try to download them somewhat regularly, but am not nearly as fastidious as I am with regular photos. So today, we are going to remedy that for one photo. Starting small to maximize success. :)
Here is the most recent photo from my phone.
Lavender brought me breakfast in bed and I am so happy that I had my phone next to my bed. (It's usually downstairs but I had my alarm set yesterday to get up for seminary.)
I sent it to my email account so that I wouldn't have to take time to download anything, and then got to making a layout. Here it is.
It makes me so happy to have this documented. Nowadays many of my "moments" photos come from my phone. This is making think that I really need a system to keep up with them. What do you do? Please tell me!
Hello! This is our last week with our topic of Decades, so I put on my thinking cap and thought about some ways I could journal about decades. And I decided to do a photoless layout (as I have very few photos from my childhood) that made lists of snippets of my life at 10, 20, and 30. It was fun to think back and to remember things that were important to me at those times.
I did take longer than scheduled to complete this layout, as I found myself googling old friends to see where they are now. (Which of course led down the abyss of internet time waste. Goodness. I am so pressed for time. Why do I let this happen??)
Here it is. I like it. And it was way fun. Hope you will try one, too!