I probably spend way too much time sorting, looking and moving supplies around. I probably spend even more time trying to figure out what to scrap. There are thousands of photos on our hard drives and I wonder, too often, what to do....so, I decided to go through and scroll through the photos and list what I think is missing in the albums. Tedious? Yes. Worth it? Yes. I have a huge list, sorted by year of events/highlights/favorite photos that did not make it into any album. Hopefully, this will make it easier to find, and print pictures when I'm motivated to scrapbook. I was inspired to do this after I realized how many layouts were waiting to go into albums. (I will remain silent on how many page protectors and albums I had to invest in. Yikes.)
I'm happy to say all layouts are in an album, with only a few pages needing to be resorted into the right order. If I need to confirm I've scrapped (or not scrapped) something, I can just flip through the albums.
It's certainly not a finished project, but I'm happy with where it's at. No more layouts laying around. No more wondering what to scrap. Now I just need a sketch, or some paper or maybe even some photos to motivate me, and I can get moving.
Now, to just get off the computer...