Monthly Archives: July 2011

How I Use Evernote to Maximize Productivity

About three months ago, I wrote this post about how I had decided to give Evernote a shot at keeping me organized.  I had tried using Evernote before, but hadn’t had much success finding my groove with it.  Always looking … Continue reading

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The Benefit of Working Together

For the last week, I’ve been taking part in a teaching workshop.  During that time, we were asked to share and edit each other’s work.  It’s not easy, handing your work over to a peer to look at and give … Continue reading

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On Simplicity

So often, here on the blog, we talk about multiple ways to get things done, different strategies…a multitude of ideas.  Today, I want to talk a little bit about simplicity.  Sometimes, I think we overlook the idea of simplicity in … Continue reading

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Conquering the Fear of Applying For a Creative Team

When I left the world of designing, and entered back into the realm of scrapbookers, I knew that I wanted to become part of some creative teams.  Having been away from that part of the industry for so long, I … Continue reading

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Tools I Use on Every Layout

Have you ever noticed that there are some tools you use on every layout?  I hadn’t really thought that much about it, until one day I realized that I was constantly crediting the same tools over and over again when … Continue reading

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New Releases, New Layouts

I am so excited to be able to share with you today all the goodies from my designers this week.  I’ve been a scrapping machine all week, so let’s get right to it… First, Cindy Schneider hits Template Pack #100 … Continue reading

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Discovering What Matters Most to You

Have you ever found yourself wishing you could just get “caught up” with your scrapbooking?  Getting caught up would mean that everything you wanted to scrapbook from the past would be done, what a great feeling!  Maybe, you’ve found yourself … Continue reading

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5 Lessons Digi Scrappers Can Learn from Harry Potter

I’ve liked Harry Potter since the day I read the first book.  In fact, my wife and I, we became Potterheads.  When the last book was released, I waited in line for almost 11 hours to be one of the … Continue reading

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How Google+ is Like a New Boyfriend

Imagine this… you are sitting, waiting for a phone call from that cute boy that you’ve been eyeing.  All of your friends say that he is sure to call you in the next few days, so you wait by the … Continue reading

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No More Excuses, Just Changes

Have you ever noticed that the longer you don’t do something, the harder it is to start back up again?  Like diets for example. You could be doing great for a long time, and then for one reason or another, … Continue reading

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