While we all do our part to socially distance ourselves for the betterment of others, we can still virtually come together for group craft nights!
For the foreseeable future, I will be hosting Group Craft Nights. A space where we can come together to chat, commiserate, and work on our current projects while giving ourselves a little space from our under-the-same-roof quarantiners.
Here’s the schedule:
Note that all times are Pacific Standard Time.
Sign up here and come craft with us! Note: Meetings now require passwords. Please check your email (including spam) 2 hours before the session to receive the updated password.
I am also offering One-on-One Casual Coffees! We can pretend we are at a cute little coffee shop instead of in our home offices, living rooms, and bedrooms.
Sign up for a Casual Coffee here!
And if you are looking for some project ideas, you can try these:
Embroidered Baseball Hat
Hand Stitched Rainbow Wall Hanging
“No Space for Negativity” Coloring Page
Scrabble Fridge Magnets
Toy Dinosaur Necklace
Fiber Rainbow Jacket Pin
Iron-on Sock Patches
This post should really be titled, “We Bought a House (3 months ago)!” I had grand plans to post about “the best ways to pack for a move”, a “moving checklist”, etc. and then the actual packing, moving, and renovations started happening (more on the renovations later) and I decided it was best to not add another item to the to do list. But hey, better late than never! So here’s a little tour of the new house with some ideas of what is to come.
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This summer, I was one of the lucky ones chosen to serve my civic duty for 3 weeks on a jury. You read that correctly. I did 3 full weeks of jury duty this summer. And the real kicker is that I kind of enjoyed it? It definitely took a few days to get used to my new temporary jury duty life in Downtown LA but by the end of it, I figured out how to make the most of my days down there. Here are some of the tips I wish I had known going into jury duty in DTLA.
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The age of podcasts is officially here. Almost everyone I know now listens to at least one podcast regularly. It’s a phenomenal time to start listening because there is a podcast for everything these days! For a very long time, I only listened to comedy and food podcasts but recently, there has been some major moves in the crafter/maker podcast genre.
Continue reading “My Favorite Podcasts to Get Out of a Creative Rut”