Category: Journals

Category: Journals

Making Art in 2019

2019 marks the beginning of my FIFTH year of making art every single day!  Over the years I have done different challenges: a year of lettering, a year of watercolor.  Most of the years have been more open: just a goal to draw or paint every day.  That’s what I’m

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My Super Simple 2019 Bullet Journal Setup

Super simple bullet journal ideas.  You don’t have to make intricate bullet journal spreads! These functional and simple bullet journal ideas are easy to create even on your busiest days. I’m a busy homeschooling Mom to four kiddos.  I’m also a small business owner and blogger.  While I love to

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Why I Journal (and a Peek into my Art Journal)

Beautiful and quick art journal ideas. Journaling and creating art is a great way to relieve stress and preserve memories. Here are some of my favorite recent art journal pages. If you want to get started art journaling, check out my new gratitude journal! A couple of nights ago I

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Grateful Heart: A Guided Gratitude Journal

Grateful Heart: A Guided Gratitude Journal is here!  I’m so excited to share a peek into this project that is now available for purchase.  Grab yours here. I’ve always kept a journal; writing through my thoughts and emotions is such an effective way for me to process them. Over the

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December Daily 2017

I participated in December Daily for the first time this year. For those who don’t know, it’s a fun memory keeping challenge, where you keep track of a memory or two per day from December 1-25.  It’s a great way to capture the most magical time of the year. If

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My Favorite Journaling Supplies

I’ve been a journal keeper my entire life.  I remember as a child writing in a floral fabric-covered journal that I had named Bobbi, because it was the 80s and that seemed like the hippest name there could possibly be. While my journal keeping methods have changed (I no longer

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Henri Matisse: Art for Kids

I enjoy teaching kids’ art camps during the summer months.  I generally have a class of 4-7 year olds and a class of 8+ year olds.  Each session is once a week for 4 weeks and I usually have two sessions during the summer. Over the next several weeks, I’ll

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