For a few years now, I’ve been thinking about doing Project Life. I am SO behind in my albums that it’s a little embarrassing to admit. Let’s just say, I haven’t scrapbooked much since I’ve had kids, and my oldest is seven. *hangs head in shame* I always talked myself out of Project Life, because I love what I call “traditional” scrapbooking – sticking everything down to the page, journaling by hand, and embellishing to the nines. I didn’t want someone dictating my layouts, and I certainly didn’t want my photos to just slip into an album! What if a child got ahold of the album and all the photos spilled out? I would probably die… However, the idea of Project Life really interested me because I would be able to get a lot more pages scrapbooked more quickly than how I was currently doing it. So I compromised. I used precut journaling boxes, die-cuts, and stickers, trimmed my photos, and I quickly stuck them to the page. It was great! And I could do it quickly. Here’s one such spread that I haven’t journaled on yet. It’s simple and boxy (which I LOVE), but I still needed my workflow to be faster. So I finally made the decision to go all out and use Project Life, 100%!