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Scrapbooking Yourself as an Individual, Homemaker, Worker, and More
From age 25 onwards, our grand adventure has just unfolded as we embrace adulthood.
Here's where you experienced first-hand the lessons of life and be prodded along to grow up in the face of challenges.
By scrapbooking about yourself as an adult, you'll have scrapbook pages reminding you on how far you've come and the important aspects of your life.
Not only will your scrapbooks offer clarifying thoughts on where your goals are, you'll also become more certain of yourself as an individual.
Then as you flip through these scrapbooks about you, you'll fondly recall once again the journey you've traveled. And these scrapbooks could well offer invaluable insights and lessons to be learned by your grandchildren. "Wow, Granny Thelma led such a colorful life and she's one gutsy woman!"
For firm ideas on how to scrapbook about yourself, continue reading on the various themes you can put your fingers on.
"Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired, and success achieved." - Helen Keller
Scrapbooking about your character is a delightful theme to work on as you wrap yourself up in the project. Here's where you don on your thinking cap and investigate into the depths of your own character.
The knowledge that there'll never be anyone exactly like you will give you the added oomph to scrapbook about yourself.
Dwell on the positive traits you see in yourself. These pages could well serve as lessons for your future generations, as important traits they could model after you.
"The most important work you and I will ever do will be within the wall of our own homes." - Harold B. Lee
This theme will open up your eyes to the importance of having a capable homemaker to ensue an orderly and well-run household.
If you are a homemaker, you need to see for yourself the value in what you're doing on scrapbook pages. Remember, you're a marvel for pouring love and efforts into transforming a house into a home that radiates security, warmth and comfort to all those who's living in there.
"Work is the meat of life, pleasure the dessert." - Bertie Charles Forbes
A part of your self-confidence as a person stems from how well you're doing in your job. For some of you, your work may well form a very fulfilling part of your life.
When this happens, what do you do? You scrapbook about your work!
"In the pursuit to better ourselves we are sure to encounter failure. Going on after each failure is how character is built." - Allan L. Barr
This is an interesting theme to explore and scrapbook about. You're unlikely to be stagnant and will undergo the continual motion of change.
Are you a person who believes in personal self-growth? Do you constantly seek out opportunities to reinvent your life and better yourself as a person?
Then have a ball scrapbooking on these ideas!
"Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly." - Langston Hughes
Do you still have dreams? Or are your dreams long-buried somewhere because you don't believe in having dreams anymore?
Or are you too caught up with life to think about your dreams?
I remember someone once mentioned that if we don't know what our dreams are, then how do we know we've reached them when we did? Isn't that an awakening statement?
Like they said, we'll only pass by this life only once, so let's dig out your long forgotten dreams and make a leap for them.
Here's some ideas to help you along in scrapping about your dreams.
One ought every day at least to hear a little song, read a
good poem, see a fine picture, and, if it were possible, to speak
a few reasonable words.
This theme is inspired by the song, "My Favorites Things" from the classic movie, "The Sound of Music".
You'll have unique and different tastes and styles from the rest of the population. Occasionally, you'll have the good fortune to find someone who shares similar favorite things.
This is an absolutely fun theme to scrapbook about and yet it says so loudly of what you are.
Alright, hope that these themes have ignited your imagination for more themes to scrapbook about yourself.
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