29 Goals: The Album

This year I’m embarking on a journey to complete 29 Goals before I turn 29.

While I see this list as super aspirational, and more about the experience than about completionism, I want to set myself up for success. In order to help me along my journey, I put together a mini-album where I could document my progress as I go.

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I used a Dear Lizzy Album and the latest Studio Calico scrapbook and Project Life kits (Sugar Rush). Working with a kit made putting together a larger mini-album a lot easier. It both restricted my choices — so that I wouldn’t be rummaging around my stash for hours, and also made the album look super cohesive without trying really hard.

Some goals will have lots of documentation, others are just a marker to remind me of the goal itself. Also — just ignore goals 21-25, I totally forgot to write them down before taking pictures of the album, refer back to the original list if you want to check them out.

The Album

Click on each of the photos for a larger images.

I thought it would be a little bit too much to describe each page in depth, but I’d love to answer any questions at all. If there’s anything about the topics, the pages, the supplies, etc — leave a comment below and I’ll make sure to add all the answers to the bottom of this post.

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I’ll be re-sharing more of this album as I complete the pages. If you have any questions about any of the pages, please ask in the comments below and I’ll add the answers to the post.

Have you made an album to document your own goals?