Have you been wanting to sit down with your family members and capture their great childhood and life stories. Maybe even some words of wisdom?
Or have you tried (like I did) and realized that without the right questions, it became an interview full of facts or just felt awkward because you didn’t know what to ask?
We are all creative. Whether you like to write, cook, craft, decorate, negotiate at work, or parent your kids, you are being creative.
I feel that we all get callings or nudges to try something. Sometimes we listen and act, but most of the time, we don’t.
If you’ve ever wanted someone to give you permission to go for it, do your thing, be yourself, or just create something for fun, then you will love this book. Not that you need permission to do those things, of course, but sometimes it helps move you along.
The problem with love letters is that they get tucked into a box only to be read once every few years. Why not pull them out and put them on display where they can be enjoyed all the time? Continue reading
You may recognize this image that has been floating around the internet for years. It usually precedes a list of life lessons shared by a 90 year old woman. Continue reading
I appreciate hearing that because, quite frankly, I can use the reminder. It’s so easy to get caught up in raising our kids that sometimes we forget to just enjoy them. Thankfully, grandparents are excellent reminders of this. Continue reading
This project happened by accident. I bought my daughter a calendar from the dollar store since she was always asking what day it was. I found this one that was full of bright, inspirational messages. Continue reading