Over the past couple years, I have photographically documented my work and the processes, so that I can refer to them whenever I need. The only problem with that is remembering the thought process behind the photos. How did I really feel at that time? What was the thought process that lead me there? I soon realized that the photos do not serve the exact purpose I want during my time of reflection.
At the beginning of this year I made the decision to keep up with a journal. I strongly believe it's important to document your work, whether the work is feasible or not. It creates a mean for referencing and documenting ideas, paths, any strategies taken, failures, and most of all it's a timeline.
This may be the only, or maybe one of few actual typed journal entries. I will be writing in my journal, then uploading my entries into my blog. Technology is a wonderful gift to society, but in the same respect, technology does not always embrace organic beauty by disconnecting us. It's kind an oxymoron - we are connected, but strangely, we are not.