WPT#19: Your Story is Important (VIDEO)

by | Productivity Advice | 2 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 pep talk I’m encouraging scrapbookers to celebrate their own unique stories and make themselves the star of more scrapbook pages. Subscribers may need to visit the website.

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It’s your turn to talk! Do you scrapbook personal feelings and emotions? Leave a comment sharing challenges or successes in going deeper with “all about me” scrapbooking.

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  1. Kay

    Jennifer, a question for you – I’m sure I remember a class or podcast that was about scrapping the hard stories, but I can’t remember where. Two weeks ago my husband, son, daughter-in-law (who was driving) , granddaughter and I were in a van rollover accident. We are all very lucky to be alive and walking and talking. I believe it was truly a miracle that no one was killed and that only my husband and I have some neck injuries. It has been and will probably continue to be an emotional roller-coaster. I want to scrapbook this journey and believe it will be therapeutic for me. Do you remember where I may have seen the class?

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      So sorry to hear about this challenging time for you, but grateful you are on the mend. I did a brief search of Paperclipping Roundtable and Digi Show episodes and didn’t come up with something, unless you are referring to the show I was on about infertility. I don’t know of any classes, but if I figure out what you might have seen I will let you know!


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