Newbie sewing for the inept crafter

As long as I can remember, I’ve admired those people out there who made things using their hands. Painters, knitters, sculptors, carpenters, the whole shebang. They seemed to be in the same league of intrigue and mystery to me that I felt my first ever French class (immersion style) in high school. These pantheons of

Why Bullet Journaling didn’t work for me (and what I do instead)

Ahh Bullet Journaling. For those not familiar with it, it’s a paper-based diary-cum-journal-cum-ultra organizational and get your crap together tool with the promise of letting you fuel your stationery addiction by giving you a legit reason to buy lots of pretty pens and Leuchturm1917 notebooks***. You get that exciting, going back to school feeling as

2018 Intentions (not resolutions)

During the last few weeks and days of 2017 I felt like an excited kid anticipating my birthday and all the cake and presents I was going to eat. The sheer elation I felt about the new year coming was positively electric. It’s not like 2017 was a bad year for me, it was at