Have you ever thought about all those links you click on that market big ideas and plans to boost your creativity, but they all want you to pay for their publications? Or signing up to be bombarded by a series of emails to your inbox everyday... doesn’t that just irk you that you can’t just … Continue reading 5 Key pieces for creativity and life
Face Masks I’ve been working on as one way to pass the time after all the kids have gone to bed. I’ve been keeping very busy. As a crafter and Mother to 4 kids, I know the most productive crafting time is after they have all gone to bed. I’ve been doing this long before … Continue reading Social Distancing and Crafters
I've already said it before, that anxiety wall of recording my own voice was spectacular! I mean that once I finally did the radio bump, it was done and now its all gone. I definitely have a life motto that's grown over the years: Just get it done with because all the fuss is for … Continue reading Not What is Typed is all the Hype
I Was Just Trying to Help Audio Clipon This American Life, hosted by Ira Glass I'm listening to this story interviewing Sharon Snyder by Ira Glass, on his piece from This American Life, and the first thing that comes to me is the emotion swelling inside of anger at how she was fired for something so small. … Continue reading Working on Audio
https://youtu.be/NwGEsjX523M Original Post Take a look at that happy puppers, how much enjoyment he gets from going on a simple walk. I loved this video, after combing through a pile of defunk links, because it really tells a story. It starts with excitement of the beginning of the walk, there's a brief pause for a … Continue reading What an Adventure!
A story may have a beginning and an end, its whats in the middle I love the most. I recently "found" an old book from my childhood that I loved so much and during this assignment I wanted to showcase it. "The Painter's Cat" by Sharon Wooding is a simple and deeply detailed story that … Continue reading My Favorite Stories, Old and New
An experience that you see physically in your mind's eye without getting up from the floor you're sitting in is a good story. You're imagination goes wild, images fly past you and you're just sitting there. Something exciting happens and your heart starts to beat a little bit faster, you lean in closer to the … Continue reading A Good Story Told is an Experience.
In our digital age, there are now more "roads" that extend far beyond what you can measure on Earth. Businesses, in hopes of staying current, took the beaten path off the pavement and placed it on your screen. Your direct viewership gains their business the foot traffic it takes to keep alive digitally and physically. … Continue reading The Road Never Walked On, Just a Click Away.