Time Capsule: Weekly Challenge #40


Time Capsule Ideas:

* shopping list
* errand list
* community map
* local business directory
* local phone book


Have You Met Personal Shopper Dave? ~ Digital Layout by Rebecca Kuchenbecker

Have You Met Personal Shopper Dave? ~ Digital Layout by Rebecca Kuchenbecker

Get those creative juices flowing…

* Do you plan your purchases before buying or are you more of an impulse shopper?
*  How much time do you spend running errands during a typical day or week?
*  Where do you do most of your shopping?
* What is your route during a typical day of running errands?
*  Is your typical shopping routine fairly consistent or is there a lot of variety from one time to the next?
*  Do you delegate errands to others?
*  Do you make an actual list? Is it written by hand? On your mobile gadget? On your computer?


Documenting this part of your life now may help others…

* Learn more about your shopping habits, preferences and product choices.
* Get a glimpse of your daily priorities.
* Gain understanding of the role(s) you and others play in your daily life.
* Capture a slice of your personality in this area of your life.


Other ideas

*  Add location photos and journaling to a map of your community to show your shopping or errand route.
*  Use an old phone book as the base for your album. Use the pages as your background or attach layouts right over the top of them. Highlight the listings for the people and places you favor.
*  Create a mini album highlighting your favorite shopping destinations with a page for each stop. Use a consistent page design to make it quick and easy… then go shopping to collect the photos!



Additional 2012 Design Team sample layouts for Weekly Challenge #40 may be found in this week’s Challenge Galleryif you complete this challenge yourself, please consider posting your project in the gallery as well so others may be inspired by YOU!


Coming Thursday on the Time Capsule blog… additional inspiration to help you complete Weekly Challenge #40 from this week’s sample layout artist, Rebecca Kuchenbecker.

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