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Project 365- Week 1

As I mentioned at the beginning of the year in my "Resolutions" post, I've decided to attempt the 365 Project this year- where you take at least 1 photo every day in order to document some of the small, every day moments... So far, I've done pretty well- I missed one day the first week but have managed to take a photo at least every other day this year.  Here's Week 1:


As for those other "resolutions"?  Well, I'm not doing very well with the working out thing.  Although I HAVE been faithfully doing the 100 Pushups Program since the beginning of the year and am proud to say that I started out being able to do 11 pushups (on my knees pushups, not full out hardcore ones), and can now do almost 40.  So that's something.  I've cut back a bit on the ice cream, although not as much as I need too- that's a  work in progress.  Less looking, more doing?  Well, I've been doing more crafts and things- when I'm not curled up on the couch with my iPad that is... But I've definitely done more in the past few weeks than I had in the last few months of 2010.  I was doing well with my "more blogging" resolution but have slacked off over the past week or so.  I'm drinking more milk and water.  And the final, big resolution to get pregnant this year, well there's no news there yet.. Hopefully soon!


  1. this is a very cool idea - I'm not a big scrapbooker, so I don't know what I do with all the photos, but I think I might adopt a similar project


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