My personal reason for starting a 365 project was for personal development and to build confidence within myself and my designs. I wanted to be able to manage my time and organise my life while juggling a number of projects ready for my final year of University. I always strived to be one of those career driven people who would be able to balance a number of projects and still have some sort of personal life. Another personal aim of mine was to develop my ability further, comparing and contrasting the numbers from the beginning and follow my challenging journey, developing new skills and experimenting with new techniques to the final 365 number. I also aimed to push myself into a project that from the offset I knew was going to be an enormous commitment and challenge but ultimately the reward would reflect my commitment to design and perseverance.