I tried to start a project earlier last New Year's: take a picture every day for 1 year. I failed miserabl. I think I ended up taking 1 picture. At the time I had a big deadline at work, and my life was reduced to my commute + my time at work. Both didn't really seem like subjects worthy enough for photograph.
I was wrong of course. There are plenty of things to photograph in your every day life. My commute alone was probably rife with opportunities. Now that Laura is getting more interested in photography, it might be difficult to take the camera with me every day. But I still might give it a try.
Matthew Haughey started a similar project, except he's a year and a half into a 10 year project. He's captured some really great pictures, such as the one above.
On a similar vein, an Argentine family has taken pictures of themselves on the same day every year for nearly 30 years, yielding a remarkable sequence of pictures, not to mention crazy hair styles throughout the ages!
So, we'll see how it goes. Perhaps I'll try to start tomorrow, and I'll just take pictures until I stop. They're probably going to be mind-bogglingly mundane. But hey, that's my life in a nutshell.