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:
- the different ways our Daily Pages habit changed over time
- perfectionism & the space Daily Pages provides
- Daily Pages as the place where all the little stories live
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:
Shannan is a minimalist, mostly-digital scrapbooker from Sydney, Australia, where she lives with her husband, and her 12 and 15 year old kids. She has been scrapbooking since 2008 and loves music, movies and cooking. Her scrapbooking style is very clean and simple so Daily Pages have been a way to play and get over perfectionism. Shannan also designs digital scrapbooking templates and supplies at her shop shannanpages.com.
Christine is a longtime crafter, scrapbooker and documenter, and relatively new Awesome Lady. She is a lover of pretty papers, paints, inks and all things crafty. Christine lives in Northern New Jersey with her husband, daughter and Havanese.
Juli is a recovering perfectionist obsessed with purple. You can usually find her scrapbooking, reading, or taking care of her many plants. Through the ALP community she’s learned “my story matters”—even when you’re single & don’t have kids.