Project Life Freebie Friday

1.13.2012

Last year I completed the A to Z Reading Challenge. It was epic. And amazing. And I fell in love with books all over again. I am on my first book of this year's challenge and I cannot wait to accomplish this goal a second time.

The freebie this week is dedicated to my fellow book worms!  Would you have LOVED to know what current novels your Mom was reading at a given point in time when she was a young mother?  I know I would.  I think this will be a really fun addition to Project Life.


This is a PNG file. That means it can be used digitally OR printed out in Word or any other Word processing program.

1. Click the image you want below (cutting lines are small plus signs)
2. Right click the image and save to a folder you will remember.
3. Open a new Microsoft Word (or other word processing program) document.
4. Choose "insert" and select saved file.
5. Print onto card stock. Round corners with corner punch if desired.
   

Please leave a comment and let me know what type or topic of Project Life FREEBIES you would like to see! I have 50 more weeks of freebies and want to get your genius ideas!  Don't forget to come back next week!


Note: This is not a sponsored post and I am in no way affiliated with  
Becky Higgins or the official Project Life products.

25 comments:

Veronica said...

How about "Top News" of the month?
"Gas Prices" I'll keep thinking! Thanks so much for doing this!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!!!

Jennifer Smith-Sloane said...

Absolutely love these as I have chosen to join the Goodreads challenge and set a goal of what I want to read this year and I have decided to do one of these for each book I complete! Thank you so much! I would love to have more for various things and now I am following your blog so I don't miss out!

Neeka said...

thank you! these are great!

Lisa said...

These are AWESOME. Thanks. I read so much, and it would be neat to keep a record of sorts, in Project Life. Thanks.

Things that would also be neat are:

What I bought at the grocery store this week.
Movies I've seen, or want to see. Then you could include the ticket stub.
Music I keep playing, over and over.
Top News Stories - and we could use that for global or family, etc.

Susan Westberg said...

I think some that say things like "what's going on" ... "here's what's happening" ... "today's news" ... etc. would be fun. I'm sure whateve ryou come up with will be great! I'm always trying to find new things I can print for Project Life so the fact that you are making these printables for FREE, is so awesome of you!! Thanks Emilie!

Jami said...

How do you use your 'Project Life'? Doing a photo a day became more of a stressor for me than something fun to look forward to... Any hints or tricks would be lovely! :D

Shell said...

I'm so pleased that I've subscribed to your blog... and thanks for this weeks freebie :)
This year is my first doing Project Life but I'd like to record things like: The best meal this week... favourite TV programmes... household chores etc just the everyday things of life.

Wendy Hamm said...

Love anything to do with reading. Thanks for another idea to make my Project Life even more unique!

libbywilko said...

I love this one as well.. The journaling cards are great either the 3x4 size or some larger ones 6x4.

I'd love some jc with top ten, faves, how much things cost this week, things related to sports, positivity and motivational.

Thanks so much and subscribed to your feed too so I don't miss anything :)

Dawn said...

Fabulous freebie again! I'd love some that are generic wherever you live i.e. what you bought at the supermarket rather than grocery store!
Today we
A week in our life
1,2,3,4,5
1-10
Sun,Mon,tues,wed,thurs,fri,sat
I'd like to remember this

Yvonne said...

Thank you!

Stephanie Shepherd said...

Love these!

Sharon Sutton said...

I've always wanted to track my reading for a year, this digital freebie has inspired me to make a small journal to keep track of the book , author and my thought . Thanks

LauraLee said...

Hi Emilie,
I just scrolled down from the blog hop above to check out your blog. Oh I just love these. What a fabulous idea!! Almost everyone in our family are big readers- a family of bibliophiles. ;) I don't think I can remeber a time my mom was not reading some book all growing up. But I definitely can tell you I have no clue as to what she was reading. Hmmm... I see my next craft gift coming out of this. Sending everyone a Dec. Daily type journal but a yearly one for books.

Thanks so much for sharing these. Not sure what else you have done cause I have never been to your blog before but I will have to think on what I would love to see. This is so perfect for my Project Life though!

nancy jane said...

I'm visiting from the Dear Lizzy blog hop and was so excited to come across this post. I am an avid reader and was trying to figure out how I would document the books I read in PL. Thanks to you that can be checked off of my to do list. My suggestions have already been mentioned by other folks leaving comments, but if I think of something new, I'll leave another comment. I really appreciate you sharing this way. I've been enjoying your play list, too.

Christine said...

ooh, I love this little journal card, thank you so much!

Dayna Sabrina said...

This is so very cute and thanks so much for offering the freebie! I will be checking back soon!

Anonymous said...

Perfect timing. Thanks!

-sheryl

Anonymous said...

Thank you,
dnobles

maryboys said...

thanks so much, emilie:) i'd love to see some 4x3 journal cards; i'd choose colors that are muted - pale aqua, yellow, gray...sigh!

mary

Deirdre said...

Thanks for the great freebie! I'd love the same card but with a boy image---my little guys are big readers and I'd love to have them fill them out for PL too!

Heidi (akamove4life) said...

Thanks so much for the fantastic freebie! echoing a similar sentiment w/ a boy image...
Heidi

Elsi said...

The notes on the books that I am reading are a big part of my Project Life, so I'm thrilled to get these cards to add to my stash. I rarely write a "book review", but maybe these cards will spur me to jot down a few thoughts rather than just the bare facts.

Scrumptious said...

This is awesome, I keep a book list on my computer but never remember to incorporate it into my PL. Thank you so much for all the freebies!