Monthly Archives: December 2022

Thanks, Gifts, and Giving 2022, pt. 2

I had hoped to post throughout the week, but time got away from me. Thank you to everyone that submitted a story. I do not have a huge following, but it’s an honor to share your personal experiences here on … Continue reading

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Thanks, Gifts, and Giving 2022

I thought I’d kick off the week with something of my own. The first story I want to share is actually two stories of Thanks, Gifts, and Giving. I hope you enjoy. Recently, I was gifted with some papers from … Continue reading

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Traditions, Habits, and Happenstance

Tradition – the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way. Habit – a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up. Happenstance … Continue reading

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Simple, Casual, Avid

Sound familiar? I used those terms to reference the levels of cardmaking last week in my Rule of 3 post and how to apply them to life. After I returned from my whirlwind OnStage© conference, I promised a series of … Continue reading

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The Rule of 3

The Rule of 3 is a real thing (although not “scientifically accurate” according to Google). Items delivered in 3’s have been found to be engaging, interesting, and memorable. Mind, body, spirit.Reading, writing, ‘rithmatic.Lather, rinse, repeat. This rule applies to pattern … Continue reading

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