I'm concur w/TexasGeorge's comments.
Better record keeping is required.
When you record your steps you also need to include amounts and times of your hop additions and boil.
Log every step you do. After a while you'll realize which notes can be dropped or which are necessary to write.
"Filled up pot with water and turned on heat" is not a good example of a note to keep.
"Added 5 gals of water to pot and heated to 155F, added grains..." OR...
"Heated, but didn't boil, 1.5 gals of water, removed pot from heat, added and dissolved 6 lbs of Wheat DME. Stirred for 5 mins to ensure malt was dissolved. Returned to heat. At boil added 1 oz of Perle whole hops..." is a good example.
Notes like these will give you a greater chance of repeating a good brew recipe...it could also give you an indication where bad brews went wrong also.