So this year for Project Life I'm not doing weekly spreads. I'm just printing off all my photos at the end of the month and grouping a few together to make some spreads. It's far more enjoyable and less stressful this way. Here's some of my favorite pages from January. 

1. A New Year

As per tradition we spend most of new years day recovering from the party the night prior. Then I pack up the Christmas tree that night. Most of the cards here are a mix between the Maggie Holmes Flea Market Mini Kit, the Dear Lizzy core kit, and We R Memory Keepers Blackboard cards. 

2. Family

Eating out at Quan Hapa with Brian and his father. Getting my Windshield fixed after it was so cold it cracked. Thanks Polar Vortex. Some information too personal to put online. Contrary to popular belief such a thing still exists. A Gift I gave Brian, and horrible weather all around. 

3. Dean Martin Burgers

After Finding this hilarious recipe, we decided to make Dean Martin's Burgers at a "slumber party". A Slumber party for our group of friends is basically just where you can have more cocktails than you should to drive and everyone crashes at someone's house. More cocktails than you should have and drive being one FYI. Brian also managed to slash open his hand opening a beer bottle that had a tiny crack in the neck. It basically shattered as soon as he tried to open it. 

Have you done any scrap booking yet this year? Are you using Project life? 

♥ Paige

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I had the pleasure of seeing St. Vincent @ Bogarts in Cincinnati this past week. If you ever  have the chance to see Annie on stage you have to do it. A great show, and dare I say sounded better live than on the album. Unfortunately Bogart's wouldn't let me bring in my DSLR (but somehow mirrorless cameras that shoot nearly as well as mine were allowed? Boo.). So we'll have to settle for some iphonography. 

Have you ever seen St. Vincent? What is your favorite show you've ever been too?

PS: go check out my portfolio blog for a new session I just posted! 

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I've been bad about keeping the basement clean. Like Really Bad. 

Boxes of seasonal decor, bedding, and books. Clothing, art, and all the glorious wood panelling. It's my mission to get it cleaned out this year and turn it into a home gym!  I had been on a trail pass at a local gym, but with the first time ignition fee, and the monthly pass I could just buy my own treadmill and save money. So that's what I'm going to do! Phase one involves clearing out the basement so I can start planning the space! 

home gym plan

So I think the soft plan right now is to paint the panelling white, and maybe put down some foam tiles. I have most of the stuff above except the treadmill and TV at this point. I'm hoping this doesn't turn into something much more expensive than I have planned though. It's a very loose plan, contingent on how well I can actually get the basement cleaned out. In the meantime I've been talking lots of walks in this amazing spring weather, even if it is a little rainy. 

Do you have a home gym? Any tips?

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