Documenting the Processes That Fill Our Days

This week’s challenge has made me think about HOW I go about doing things on a daily basis. There are so many things that happen during a typical day that require a process to complete.

Rachel McPeek Challenge Team

Rachel McPeek Challenge Team

In the process of brainstorming for this blog post, I debated writing about how I create my typical scrapbook page, how I find inspiration in other areas of my life, or a list of processes I complete daily. Then it hit me… processes are everywhere and in everything. And I got to wondering what processes had already been documented in my scrapbooks.

I looked through my scrapbook pages to see how I’ve documented processes in the past. From grand scale to small moments, processes really are all around me.  I was actually surprised how often I have scrapped a process in my everyday.

 

Whether it is cleaning in preparation for company (or the lack of cleaning that takes place on other days)…

"My To-Do List" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

"My To-Do List" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

 

… or determining where our family is going to call home.

"Where's Home?" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

"Where's Home?" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

 

There are a lot of processes my family completes every day, including the process of playing keep away with the dog.

"Play Ball" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

"Play Ball" by Rachel McPeek (teachermom)

 

Whether described in words or pictures, processes appear throughout my scrapbook, even when I am not consciously documenting a process.

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