Hello my sweet friends and readers! Today I'm here to share a little bit about what's been happening behind the scenes and what my goals are for this space in the next several months. To begin with, I'm joining some wonderful new friends in the #BloggersGetSocial community. This is a 30 day blogging challenge that I thought would help kick start my upcoming plans and be a wonderful way to share here more regularly.
To begin with, if you are new here, you can read about me here.
Also, I updated the shop with some December goodies! See them here.
Now, as many of you know, the latter part of this year has been crazy hectic for me. I taught the Studio Calico Documenter Workshop for October and launched my "Blast From the Past" class at Big Picture Classes. In addition, I've been creating regularly as part of the One Little Bird and Paislee Press creative teams. Add to that helping my parents move to our area (so excited to have them close by now!) and an increased shift in both my work load and my husbands, life has just been a giant whirlwind since about... oh, August or so! And it shows no signs of slowing down as we now approach the holiday season. But fortunately for me, beginning in December I'll no longer be working outside my home. I will, instead, be working INSIDE my home! I'm so grateful for the opportunity in which God opened the doors for me to work part time from our home. It was an incredible and unexpected answer to years of prayer.
With that being said, I'm looking forward to devoting a little bit more time to sharing here more often. Instead of just blogging my recent layouts though, my goal is to cultivate more of a learning center here. I want you, as a reader, to come here to learn new techniques, find tips, glean inspiration and gather ideas for your own memory keeping projects. I also want to begin sharing more video and curate an archive of posts you can refer to in the future.
I would love to hear what YOU would like to see here as well. Please feel free to leave your suggestions and questions in the comments below.