Which techniques are in your comfort zone? Which ones do you want to try? We cover these questions and more in this month’s casual behind-the-scenes episode. Kim and I catch up on life, creativity, and all things Simple Scrapper. You’ll get a sneak peek at Techniques month and our upcoming session of Refresh, our members-only retreat.
- Pumpkin Lasagna Rolls recipe
- Elise Blaha Cripe on Instagram
- Shannan Manton’s blog post
- Free Bucket List workbook
- Pumpkin Jack book (*)
- James Clear’s 3-2-1 newsletter
- Join the Refresh retreat with a membership
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I have just finished the Techniques podcast (#85) and enjoyed it! To me the word ‘techniques’ means learning points and practice, whether they are new or not. I liked the idea of labeling groups of these learning points by what action is practiced/accomplished. Also, the categories of ‘For Fun’ or ‘’Everyday’, don’t resonate with me! I personally can’t imagine using my time to do anything creative that didn’t bring me joy and fun. Does that mean I hand stitch on every layout? No. But it means that whatever I’ve chosen for that layout is just for fun. I don’t scrapbook, paint, or story tell professionally, so I can breathe and enjoy whatever I get done!
Good point about ‘for fun’ vs. ‘everyday’. Maybe it’s more a mindset, where some days I’m more interested in playing with the products and some I’m more interested in telling the story? Something to think about!