Monthly Archives: March 2011

5 Tips for Cost Effective Digital Scrapbooking

These are five tips for cost effective digital scrapbooking that I try to abide by. Continue reading

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Why I Left Big Community Forums for Facebook and Twitter

Is this you? You sit down at the computer, ready to start getting stuff done, but instead you spend 30-40 minutes checking in at and participating in community forums. For a long time this was me, I would spend the first half hour of my “online time” checking in at a number of forums, and going through and participating actively in those forums. As I’ve worked to better manage my time, I realized that I was squandering a good portion of time away in these community forums. It had to stop. Continue reading

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Foo Foo Numbers – Corrected Link

It’s come to my attention that the download I offered in my latest newsletter to the Foo Foo Numbers was a bad file.  I’ve corrected the link, and you should be able to download them now.  Click on the preview … Continue reading

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The Wearing of The Green

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Getting it All Done Was Killing Me

If you are the type of person who has trouble asking for or accepting help, you definitely want to check out my guest post at Simple Scrapper today.  I talk about my struggles with this, and the almost lethal effect … Continue reading

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Persnickety Prints Giveaway Winner!!

Thanks to all of the people who shared what they would use the $25 to print!  I went over to, and had them choose a number for me.  The results are: Congratulations to Carolyn!!  Please email me at … Continue reading

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What Captain Hook Has in Common with Lady Gaga, Steve Jobs, Neil Patrick Harris, and You

I have a soft spot for Villains, Disney Villains in particular.  I think it’s partially due to their “misunderstood” nature, something I readily identify with.  when you look hard enough at one of the Disney Villains, you are sure to … Continue reading

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