12 year old Den Jackson in Baldwin City, Kansas is making a Lego-A-Day!

Why did you decide to do this project? I decided to do the project because my mom did it a few years ago with A-Robot-A-Day, and I really like Legos.

How has doing a yearlong/daily project affected your life?  It hasn’t really affected my life much so far, but I thought it would be a new challenge for me.  I am 12 years old, so I think it is more challenging to do than for adults.

See all of Den's Lego projects HERE!

A Door A Day Follow-Up

On July 28, 2014 Natalie Farr in Bristol, England completed her yearlong A Door A Day project...

What are the biggest lessons/skills you learned from doing your project? Don't destroy work before you have thoroughly documented it from all angles and in all lights! Do not get stressed if things don't turn out like you'd planned. Beautiful mistakes can happen.

In what ways did the project change your life? I know that I completed a huge project which I set out to do: I accomplished it. It made me look at mundane items differently, everything is a little bit more magical now -  there are more opportunities for creativity.

Now what? Half way through my project, I admitted to myself how much I loved taking photographs, either of doors that I was making or doors that I was finding in the world. So I treated myself to a very good camera. Whatever projects I do in the future, it will contain good quality pictures.

And in November 2014, my vocal ensemble "The Beautiful Machine" will be performing our new show in Bristol, England. Here is our Facebook page.

See Natalie's original 365 interview HERE.

See all of Natalie's doors HERE.