an update on my 49 lists mini album

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I owe you all an update on my 49 Lists mini album. And it's not quite so mini anymore, let me tell you! It is chunky and full of little tidbits about me. I keep saying that I'm doing this for my kids to find one day so that they'll know more about me and what I thought  and what made me tick. I'm not sure that's so true anymore. As I look back over the lists, some of them are goofy, sure, but so many of them really do capture me and who I am and it's good for me to learn about myself along the way.

If you're wondering, most of the papers and journaling cards and embellishments are from various My Mind's Eye collections. I used to be on their Design Team and began this project as a DT assignment.

And here are a few more I'll share until I do the full reveal with all the pages. I'm trying to find a way to present the pages without it being a 10 page long post. Any ideas? Maybe I could do a slide show, if I could figure out how to do that.

Have you ever undertaken a listing mini album all about you?

Find more 49 Lists posts here.
And here are other listing ideas.


  1. I love your lists! In a way you are doing this for your kids, but in a big way I think you are doing it for yourself as you say. These are memories you get to look back on. I think it's the same for project life that I'm doing, yes I'm doing for the kids, but honestly I think I'm doing it more for myself, when they grow and move out, I can always look back to when they were younger. Seems so far away now, huh? Kinda scary how fast life goes by.

    1. Documenting is always a good thing. It takes time and commitment, but it's so worth it.


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