It’s Friendship Friday! This is the day to focus on giving back or paying it forward. As I am cleaning out my retiring supplies with the announcement of the Last Chance List I am letting my mind wander. If someone comes to mind while I am cleaning I will create a beginner’s stamping kit soContinue reading “Donate for Impact”
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Stamp Off First
It’s Technique Tuesday! Today is more of a tip than a technique. When you are stamping a bunch stamp off. Let me explain. You are stamping a bunch which means you are cleaning a bunch. To keep that Stampin’ Scrub as clean as can be for as long as can be stamp off. Ink yourContinue reading “Stamp Off First”
Cleaning Up Today
It’s Sabbath Sunday! This is the day to rest so you can be recharged for the week. After a fun-filled year I am cleaning up and going through the studio. It’s what I do every year around the same time. I take inventory, figure out changes, and start planning for the new year. So asContinue reading “Cleaning Up Today”
Your Toothbrush is for More Than Teeth
It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Usually I talk about Stampin’ Up! products being used in a different way, but today I want to take a normal household object and show you how to use it differently. Grab an old, but clean, toothbrush. Keep it onContinue reading “Your Toothbrush is for More Than Teeth”
Preparation means better rest.
It’s Sabbath Sunday! I don’t know about you but it’s hard to rest when there are piles on my desk. So before I can rest a little cleaning is in order. For me a good to do list and some calendar management goes a long way. I need to prepare to work to not haveContinue reading “Preparation means better rest.”
Many definitions of rest.
Have you ever searched or googled the word rest? So many different ideas of rest come up when doing this. Someone wants to sell a mattress to get the best rest ever. Someone wants me to go to their restaurant to have a break from cooking. Someone wants me to go to their hotel toContinue reading “Many definitions of rest.”