Handwritten Goodness

I never tire of writing about handwritten treasures. So much so that when I was asked to adapt Gifted Memories for the blog, Handwritten, I was thrilled. This year, I made a pact with myself to compose at least one handwritten note, card or letter per month. The year...

Affirming the Conversation Within

What does your conversation within sound like? What do you tell yourself on a regular basis? Are you kind to yourself? Do you champion the cheerleader within? What we believe about ourselves is most important and should supersede everything else, negative or positive,...

Is Life Serving You Well?

Ever consider the question, "is life serving you well?"  Living a life that serves you requires nothing more than mindfulness. Whenever I'm in a quandary about accepting an invite, a task requiring my attention, or whether or not an item should continue taking up...

How Do You Express Yourself?

How do you show the world who you are? Through music, dance, drama, art, spoken or written word, hobbies? What makes you light up? What speaks to you? What tugs at your heart? It’s important to channel your unique abilities into a form of self-expression that nurtures...

Papercrafting Station

I decided to turn my secretary into a papercrafting station. The top section used to look like this filled with various tchotchkes   while the drawers were filled with random miscellaneous stuff.   So I emptied everything out and replaced the fabric backing...

The Meaningful Memories of Our Lives

In my continued quest to scrutinize all my home's belongings, it is now time to deal with the ephemera of or lives. This, by far, will be the toughest challenge. I have saved a lot of snippets from my children's lives and have my own memory boxes filled with the...

A Desk Molded into Shape – Part 2

Here's where I left off with this desk a few weeks back. Anytime I'm unsure of how to proceed or I second guess myself, procrastination sets in, and there you have it, an unfinished piece waiting for closure far too long. Taking note of it's unfinished state when...

A Desk Molded into Shape

I found this desk at a yard sale last summer. When I spotted it, I liked it's mid century appeal but it was not very sturdy and the legs were wobbly. Poor thing, as you can see it was leaning to one side. No problem, a little DIY will take care of that. Since I always...

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