WPT#1: How to Cope When You Mess it All Up (VIDEO)

by | Productivity Advice | 7 comments

The Weekly Pep Talk is a video podcast series designed to help you find more time for scrapbooking and use it well. Learn more in our free guide.


In this week’s episode, I’m talking about how to deal with screwing up in scrapbooking. Simple Scrapper subscribers may need to visit the website to view the video.

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It’s your turn to talk! Have you ever messed something up? How did you deal with it? Leave a comment below to share your perspective.

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  1. JenWhite

    Short, sweet, simple…love it!

  2. Lilola

    Great advice – now to start using it!

  3. Caroline

    Good advice, and I love the end result! Fits right in with one of my 2013 goals to be kind to myself and not beat myself up. 🙂

  4. Georgia

    Some of my most creative pages resulted from covering up “mess ups.”

  5. marina delgado-kialashaki

    I just happened upon your site and am already so connected to your way of thinking. Were you previously a therapist? because you sound just like mine, which I love! Mindfulness in memory-keeping, releasing negative emotions in the creative process…I signed up for your membership right away. Can’t wait to dig in to this site!

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      No, I’m not a trained therapist, but you’re not the first person who has said that. So glad I can be helpful to you and others! Welcome and let me know if you have any questions.

  6. Dani

    I misstyped in a journaling block once and I just corrected it with my own handwriting. I love the imperfection effect it gives, sometimes I do the same effect in my digital layouts on purpose using a handwriting font.


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