Most of my projects are bounded by a seasonal focus and a place. In the 1990's I first started composing garden collages at home on our flatbed scanner. This daily-ish journal involved choosing something from the garden, perhaps the day's budding flower and other collage-able items. Usually paper and drawings were the other main ingredients, but my clay covered workgloves also made it into the mix.
Most summers I spend some time in Maine on an island. That, of course, requires a new journal and a new project. One year it was large painted cloths, both hangable and usable on the table. There is always a journal. Some examples of those are found in the Heron Island link above.
Solstice Project | Rough Ideas [Blog]
Writing about the alphabet collages I noted that my recurring series of twenty-one images in both June and December began as simple word tickets for our daughter. They have become a seasonal marker to corral my focus on the nature of light, pottery and use. The "Solstice Project" link above provides thirteen years of these seasonal image capsules. You can sign up for the "project" mailing list below to get the convenience of twenty-one emails in June and December (1st thru the 21st). The emails are sent out after I make the day's word and image post to the blog "Rough Ideas." One can always go to the blog without the email. To check out ROUGH IDEAS GO HERE or find the same link to see past postings under Words - Social Media.