Q is for Quitting

by | Sep 25, 2012 | Scrapbooking Ideas | 3 comments

The ABCs of Simple Scrapbooking is a 26 week video series. In each episode, I’ll explore one fundamental idea of stress-free memory keeping.

Q is for Quitting

We all have those little quirks, those sorta-bad habits that are blocking our path to easy, happy scrapbooking. We may even do these things without thinking about it.

It is my biggest passion to gently guide you towards better scrap habits! In this episode, we talk about some of my bad habits and why quitting is a good thing.

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I would love to hear your voice in this conversation. Leave a comment below confessing to one bad habit you need to quit.

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3 Comments

  1. Sherry Carr-Smith

    Love it! Also, you have beautiful skin. Anyway, my biggest Q is to quit letting “should” get in the way of my scrapping. I always have a should…I should do chores before I scrap…I should go chronologically even though I really want to scrap the pictures from last week…I should workout before I scrap. So, I don’t do any of the shoulds, which means I can’t reward myself with the scrapping. It’s something I am working on now πŸ™‚

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    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      Thanks Sherry. As someone who had horrible skin as a teen and now rosacea, I really appreciate your compliment.

      Yes, the “shoulds” are hard. I found I was spending so much time hemming and hawing on the shoulds, that I could probably just go do the thing I wanted and still have time for the shoulds.

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  2. Janet

    I should quit procrastinating over exercising but I would much rather paper craft with my “extra” time, which is not much after homeschooling 4 kids currently!

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