Recently attended Mega Meet in Novi, Michigan. This was my third time back. Each year we learned more about shopping for scrapbooking products at this large convention center. Always the weekend before Mother’s Day.
Part 1. See many vendors, shop, take classes, see new products. Wednesday night Round Robin where the vendors parade through to show you their new products. Must register ahead of time. You get a goodie bag from each vendor. Worth the price!
New Jersey store.
Queen and Company.
Recently watched a Ted Talk about Highly Sensitive People (HSP). The speaker says “Sensitivity has a PR problem! To be highly sensitive is to be flawed.”. For 15-20% of population, and includes both male and females. Remember, it’s not an illness, and not a choice. We need to accept and appreciate sensitive traits. Imagine!
Someone gave me really good advice for making videos — just do it. If you wait until you know everything, you’ll never get around to doing it. I started simply and have gotten better and learned along the way.
The picture shown is my current setup. I was previous using a tripod to hold my phone to record. Now I’ve switched to using a camera stand from Arkon. Search for ” Hd8RV29“, but they have many options. Continue reading “Making Videos”
This video’s title is called “The price of shame” and it caught my eye because of the recent #MeToo discussions in the news. This Ted talk is by Monica Lewinsky. She explains her experiences in this 22 minutes made me stop and think about the language that I use and how it may affect people.
Learned a great idea for quickly identifying your re-inkers! I store my re-inkers in an Ikea Alex drawer unit and found it was not easy to see the color names, so this idea let’s me see the color on the tab of the bottles!
Received my wreath builder kit from Gina K Designs in the mail and wanted to show you the features of the template and stamp set! While you could make a template of your own, this stamp set is made especially for making a delicate wreath with small colorful images. The sentiments are amazing too!
How would your life be better with less stuff? The average household contains over 300,000 items! We like stuff! What do we really need? How many plates, sheets, towels, batteries, and other stuff — just in case!
Our memories are not inside our things, they are inside us. Over time, remove stuff that you don’t need anymore.