I completely understand where you are coming from. I just started scrapping again after a 2 year "break" for the same exact reasons. I knew how far behind I was (I have 3 kids I want albums for, plus a wedding album and a family album). I would just go down to my room and just couldn't get the energy to dig it all out. I work and have 3 kids ages 8,6,and 2 at home so free time is not much of a luxury for me. So the thought of tackling one more thing just exhausted me. But I found this website the first of the year and it really helped me get motivated again. I found new products I'd never seen before and were anxious to try. I also came to peace with the fact that there is no rush or really any timeline. I do want my kids to have their albums when they leave home, and I will get there, but I am doing this to enjoy it and not for it to feel like a chore. It will get done when it gets done. I jump around as the mood strikes me when I scrapbook. I have gotton up to age 5 for my oldest, about age 2 for my second and haven't even started on my son. I will come up with an idea for a LO or a project and do it right then while it is still fresh. Not necessarily when the photo is fresh. This week I came across my kids baby hats, booties and hospital bracelets and decided to make shadowboxes to hold those items. Anyhow the point is, don't feel like you HAVE to do it, do it because you want to. It's not going anywhere and chances are you will never be "caught up" so just enjoy it as you do it.