All posts from 2017 so far. Ordered from newest to oldest
Oh my, January is almost over! Where did the time go?!
I had planned to do a ‘photographic’ inventory post this month, but somehow I never got around to it. I will still be writing it, but I expect it somewhere in
I’m still learning this whole blogging thing, and my posting habit of 2017 has not been well, I'm sorry about that!
On another note, the ‘theme’ for February March is ‘colored pencils’! I’m a total addict and have loads of colored pencils from various brands.
If you’re wondering about anything pencil-related, please leave a comment or email! I’ll do my best to answer your questions :)
How do you organize and store your craft supplies?
First of all, let’s talk a bit about organizing. It is nothing more than implementing a system, or set of habits, which makes life easier for you (and usually less messy!)
I think most creative people have a preference for a visual organization system. Basically we need to be able to see the stuff easily. On the other hand, having everything out in the open can be overwhelming.
Organization is different for everyone, because everyone is different… What may work for me, may not work for you. The space you may have available may range from one desk to an entire room. That being said, there are some general ‘guidelines’ or things to think about.
This post is meant to give you some ideas as to how you can organize your items.
So let's dig in... :)
Welcome 2017! A new year a new beginning!
It’s time for those new year resolutions!
While any time in the year is a good day to start, somehow the turn of a year makes us all want to better ourselves in some aspects of our lives. Apparently, about 90% of people fall of their resolution wagon within a few weeks.. Not a positive thought, isn’t it?
I guess we all get overwhelmed with a temporary enthusiasm, only to have it wane in the face of real life. So start small, and build new habits slowly! Want to exercise more after not doing anything for months? Start with a daily 10 minute walk at a convenient time, like after dinner, instead of forcing yourself to go to the gym every day. It’s the small habits that really work.