Category Archives: Art Journaling

Walking in Wales – The Journal

No trip (for me) is complete without a travel journal. And I can finally say that this one is completed!! Not many of them get that stamp unfortunately. I get very close on most . . .  or close enough. … Continue reading

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Looking Back, Before Looking Ahead

I have been running in circles since the beginning of the New Year in preparation for my youngest son’s wedding. The big event has come and gone with great success. What a great way to start the year with a … Continue reading

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Keeping It Simple

Yeah, I know, it’s a great concept but I rarely apply it. It has been a last minute rush . . . . ok, a last week rush to get ready for the Synergy 4 conference. Supplies for three workshops, … Continue reading

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Catching Up

The last couple of months have been spent jumping from one project/trip to another. This level of over planning and over commitment is kind of how I operate. With the pressure on . . . . driving me forward. At … Continue reading

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Trip Planning . . . Again!

It has been awhile, but the travel bug reared it’s head again and I have a full schedule. Hubby and I have talked for years about going to southeast Asia. The history, the temples, the geology! We were thinking 2018 … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2017

Have you set your goals, picked your word for the year, made a list of resolutions?? Whatever works for you to prepare for the new . . . . you should do it! A fresh start always feels exciting!! But … Continue reading

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Studio Clean-Up (is it an achievable goal?)

  It seems like my studio constantly needs cleaning. The desk is covered with supplies, half finished projects, samples that took a turn for the worse . . . . you get the picture. And the floor contains stacks of … Continue reading

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