About the Show
This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. New episodes are released on Mondays and the format varies week to week, with a mix of teaching, Q&A, roundtable discussions, and interviews with everyday scrapbookers.
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In this episode I’m sharing all the tech tools I use for memory keeping.
In this episode I’m joined by my absolute favorite memory keeper for a chat about family history.
In this episode you’ll hear how a frustrated scrapbooker on the verge of giving up her hobby got her creative groove back.
In this episode I’m interviewing Tazhiana Gordon for the My Way series.
In this episode I’m introducing a new free tool to help scrapbookers find more focus and more fun.
In this episode I’ll walk you though a simple self-assessment process to start fresh for summer.
In this episode I’m sharing why I moved my entire business and personal life out of Asana and into Trello.
In this episode I’m kicking off your mid-year creative reboot by sharing one of the biggest mistakes I’ve made at Simple Scrapper.
In this episode I’m joined by Lee Currie, a memory keeper, blogger, and multi-passionate coach. Our conversation explores how Lee’s personal development practices have informed her scrapbooking journey.
In this episode Jennifer and Kim share helpful ideas and simple suggestions for managing an ever-growing library of pictures.
In this episode I’m joined by Andrea Gray, publisher of Retro Hip Magazine, for a special Q&A episode.
In this episode I’m joined by Tracey Fox, host of the Scrappy Like a Fox Facebook group, to chat about community in memory keeping.
About the Host
Jennifer Wilson is the owner of Simple Scrapper and author of The New Rules of Scrapbooking. Since 2008, she has helped memory keepers find their creative sweet spot in this hobby. Jennifer has been called the “Yoda of Scrapbooking” and you may have heard her before as a guest on podcasts such as The Paperclipping Roundtable, The Digi Show, Digi Scrap Geek, Pocket Talk, or Scrap Gals.