As I think of, or hear of, more ideas to inspire those of you that are involved in doing Project 365 … I will share them. Here are today’s thoughts from fellow readers:
1. Kolette Hall is giving her Project 365 a twist on gratitude. You will be inspired reading & seeing her approach here.
2. “Heather” is going to give each family member a week in the project. They will take their pictures with every other person in the family and have them write something they love about that person. Heather illustrates an example: “During Lily’s week I will take a picture of her with her dad, me, Ashton, Bailey, Daisy, probably one with just Lily and maybe a picture of some of the things she is in to right now. In the journaling I will have her tell me something she loves about each person.”
3. “Briana” says that she is a teacher and a parent asked her to take a photo of her child during class and e-mail it to her. She says, “I was more than happy to! I thought it was funny that we were both doing the project! You could also send a camera with your kiddo to school and have them document what they do on a daily basis.” Note to self: I am sending a camera to school with Porter soon. Love this idea.
4. “Amy” shared how her husband’s grandfather passed away recently. She got a picture of him from her stash that best fits him, to use as the picture of the day. Then she took one of the tri-fold journaling cards and had family members write memories or things they would remember most about him. Amy loves that a piece of him and his legacy, is now a part of their family’s Project 365.