The new cover designs for the Daily Journal (which I wrote about in this post)are now available!! All designs are currently available through Amazon!!
A couple years ago I did the 365 Daily Journal Challenge and I loved it. I chose to use the Moleskine 18 Month Daily Planner in SoftCover. It offered pre-dated pages and all I had to fill was one page each day. I figured it would give me just enough space to write without feelingContinue reading “365 Daily Journal Challenge”
After collecting vintage papers, newspapers, magazines, photographs, etc. for so many years I’ve decided it’s time to share these special papers so I’ve gathered and created ephemera packs of vintage paper. Visit my Etsy Shop to buy your own pack.
I’ve taken my surplus of paintings and sketches and turned them into fun collage ephemera packs that will be great for collage art, art journaling, scrapbooking and junk journals.
New lined journal designs are now available!
Journaling is a common activity therapists, doctors, family and friends suggest when going through loss or grief, not because it makes the pain go away, but because it releases the pressure that builds beneath the surface. The words you write won’t take away the pain, but they will offer you acknowledgement in a time whenContinue reading “Journaling through grief”
I love finding little gems in my daily journals. Flannery O’Connor said, “I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I saw.” This is the best side effect of writing. There are so many benefits to journaling, but this one is by far my favorite.
The Art After Loss Workshop was created out of my own journey through loss after we lost our baby boy when I was 25 weeks pregnant. Art After Loss is modeled after the steps I took to work through my loss, so you’ll take similar steps, but your journey will be a personal one. EachContinue reading “Art After Loss Workshop”
When I began my daily journaling practice I was hoping to form a more consistent journaling rhythm as-well-as to form a more honest and personal relationship with myself and my writing voice. Up until that point, I found my journaling to be a list of things I did that day or a long winded dramaticContinue reading “Daily Journaling Practice”
We began homeschooling our kids in kindergarten while working from home. The kids were little, and it was a choice we made to keep them at home with us. We had a curriculum and plans in place, yet our daily homeschool/work situation rarely looked like the pretty schedule I created and hung on the wallContinue reading “14 Ways to Successfully Homeschool”