Hey! We’re kicking off the season of habit with a three episode series all about Daily Pages.
Daily Pages are a creative self-documenting habit I created in the summer of 2018.
They're all about pulling a small amount of paper, thoughts, photos, words, or bits of life into a small notebook. Daily Pages are a creative habit for you to tell your stories.
Throughout this series, we’ll have different guest experts on each of the shows, sharing the different ways Daily Pages have impacted their lives, creativity, scrapbooking habits, and so much more.
In this episode, we get into some great topics:
- we talk about the way our Daily Pages have (or haven't) changed since we started creating,
- we discuss Daily Pages as a place for both Practice and Play,
- and we have an important conversation about the way the Daily Pages community —especially the Daily Pages at Noon Livestream & Share community has impacted our lives throughout the last several years.
Join us on May 7th and 8th for our FREE Daily Pages 101 Hands-On Virtual Retreat. You'll learn how to make all of my favorite Daily Pages, as well as all the tips and tricks the Awesome Ladies and I have for getting started with this amazing creative habit.
Register for free today at theawesomeladiesproject.com/dailypages
OR right on the front page of the Awesome Ladies Project App
Very Special Guests:
Kinjal is a wildly enthusiastic Londoner, who lives with her partner and 2 tiny sproglets (children) in the cloudy capital of England. She loves all things scrapbooking and stationary and can usually be found under a pile of LEGO bricks or daydreaming about the parallel universe in which she is a minimalist!
Ann lives in the UK and is married with two grown up children. She currently works full-time and loves being able to get home in time to join the 5pm Daily Pages Zoom.
In her own words: "I have been crafting for a long time, started out with cross stitch and then got in to scrapbooking. I joined the UK Stampers Network about 12 years ago and that got me interested in stamping and paper crafting and I take part in ATC exchanges etc with them. I find crafting a great way to switch off from all the stresses we have and just lose myself in a creative project. I am so glad I found Kristin and the Awesome Ladies Community, it definitely helped me get through all of our lockdowns."
Honore is a treasured and stalwart of the Daily Pages community and I was so incredibly happy for her to join us for this discussion.
In her own words: "I have been playing with scrapbooking nearly 20 years; everyday I do is a new learning experience. I'm a member of the "bye bye baby generation" - WWII and a long-retired public librarian and training coordinator of library associates - persons who worked in public libraries but did not have a master's degree in library science."