K is for Keep it Simple

Jennifer Wilson

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October 30, 2012

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.

K is for Keep it Simple

Sometimes good intentions are not enough. We head out on a course towards A and somehow we end up at B. It’s natural and normal.

In this video I share my own experience in finding my way back to simplicity after getting stuck in complexity. After you watch, make sure you leave a comment!

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I would love to hear your voice in this conversation. Share one tip you have used to focus and find the simple path. 

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4 Comments

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      I always saying I’m a recovering perfectionist – and like other addictions – it is an ongoing battle to stay on the right path.

      Reply
  1. Sue

    Jennifer, this was an interesting theory on keeping it simple. Thank you for sharing it as I feel like I really needed it right now. I’m kind of stalled in my scrapbooking creative process and your suggestions are good to think about. Hopefully, others will share ideas that might bring the mojo back! Thanks.

    Reply
    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      I’m sorry your mojo is missing Sue. Are you not making pages or not making pages that excite you?

      Reply

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