The 100 Day Project | 100 Days Later

The completed RAF journals

The 100 Day Project is over for this year and I was creative for every one of those 100 days. Some days, it was a whole load of journaling about my days in the RAF; on others, it was merely moving a few photos around on a sheet of cardstock while I thought about placement and embellishments.

My goal was to finish numerous UFOs and I was reasonably successful in that:

  • Two volumes of the RAF journals are complete (which makes me ridiculously happy). 🙂
  • The stand alone Ascension Island album is complete.
  • The missing final day’s entry in my 2019 New York City travelers notebook has been added.
  • Missing pages from The Nephew’s album have been added and his two albums also underwent a revamp.
  • An album begun last Summer about our trip to South Lakeland now has more than a set of photos.

The 100 Day Project is proof that being creative on a regular basis needn’t take up hours of each day; five minutes can be just as productive as five hours. 🙂

I’m already thinking about next year’s 100 Day Project.

8 thoughts on “The 100 Day Project | 100 Days Later

  1. Well done you to have completed so many projects. I wasn’t quite as successful as you with the 100 Day Project, but I did better than I have in the past attempts.

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  2. I am in awe of your ability to complete things – as I am currently feeling ‘way behind’. That’s an amazing number of things to have finished and the sense of satisfaction must be huge. I agree that regular focused attention is the way to go – I’m taking note!

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  3. Congrats on another successful 100 day project – you were quite productive, so many completed projects!

    I’ve set myself the 30 day blogging goal this month & I’m enjoying finding the time to prep these posts (sometimes a day or two ahead & sometimes on the day). Looking forward to your addition later this month. 🙂

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    1. You’re doing very well with your May posts! 🙂 And now that the 100DP is over, I’ll get cracking on the guest post for you.

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