I knew I wanted to use a circle graph as a page element, and the first thing that popped into my head was documenting my workday schedule. I think someday it'll be interesting to look back at to see how things have changed. I know it's very different from when I first started teaching 23 years ago and way different from those pre-teaching days.
Clues I used for my page...Evidence: flower, house, number accents (rub-ons, clocks, brad), circle graph, circles (graph, clocks, patterned papers, buttons and brads), metal, stripes (the washi tape), leger paper, jewels, draw/doodle; Testimony: Circle graph.
I used lots of old stuff on my page, along with a few newer things.
Here are some details. I used a school picture for this. I was wearing blue, but it wasn't the right sort of blue, so I converted the picture to black and white. I actually was going to put the picture somewhere else but one of the pieces of the pie chart was cut a little strange (I used a Silhouette cut file--don't know what went wrong).
Papers I used are My Little Shoebox (aqua grid), October Afternoon (red), SEI (gray), Echo Park (navy), Pebbles (kraft chevron), BasicGrey (ledger). I added some old 7Gypsies number rub-ons to some of the pieces and along the top border of the ledger paper.
I mixed my own paint to get that Maya Road chipboard house the right shade of navy. The metal cog is by Tim Holtz, and I snuck in a tiny Prima flower, from back in the day when they were sold in milk bottles. I only bought like 4 bottles but I still have a gazillion of those little paper flowers! The chipboard letters are by BasicGrey, and the red ones are October Afternoon, mounted with foam adhesive.
I managed to find a brad with numbers. The sheer clocks are by Maya Road. Papers in the photo below are by Simple Stories (aqua dot) and My Mind's Eye (kraft at the bottom layer). The journaling spot tucked behind the schedule is by BasicGrey.