This year I participated in "Week in the Life". But I knew from experience that there is very little that I find interesting to document about my day to day activities. Maybe because I feel like I SHOULD be including my girls and what they are up to, even though they won't let me photograph them. But I knew going in that my documentation was likely to be slim, so I decided to keep it really simple and use the "Memory Folder" concept that I am learning about in the class Art of Observation by Heidi Swapp over at BPC.
Before the week began, I did the basic assembly of the inside of the folder. Then as each day went by I just paperclipped in whatever I had gathered for the day. I only had a 5.5 x 10 inch canvas for each day, which really limited how much I could fit for a day (good for someone who isn't really into the mundane details.)
And this is what the completed folder looks like opened up. Having done this, I do think the Memory File concept is ingenious and will be using it for future projects!