Reflecting on 2019 Accomplishments and Road Blocks + Free Worksheet! // 2020 Creative Reset Series

December 07, 2019

Happy Saturday, friends! Long-time, no blog. It has been a while since the Summer of Stories Series, but I am back with my latest series, 2020 Creative Reset! 

This new series is all about evaluating our creative year in 2019, so we can set purposeful goals and planning steps to stay on track into the new year of 2020! These ideas and worksheets can help you reset your creativity anytime, so it's great to practice now if you need to revisit this series during the rest of the year. 

In the video below, I go over some of my crafty accomplishments from 2019 and some examples of the various crafty accomplishments you might have experienced. We also start talking about some of the roadblocks we may have hit. It's important to evaluate the whole process as well as the end result. There's a lot more to scrapbooking than just making a pretty page, there's photo organization, storytelling, completed scrapbook management! I highly encourage you to download the worksheet below and fill it out as you listen in. 

You can watch the first episode of 2020 Creative Reset here

This is the first of many episodes where I hope you find something relatable, inspiring, and valuable. Thank you so much for stopping by and I truly hope you have some fun reflecting on your creativity in 2019!

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  1. I am super excited for you new series, I pretty much missed most of the last series you did. I decided to take a two month break, and its nice to be back a refreshed... Thanks you so much for what you and I really appreciate it... Thanks again

  2. Your album is nice and its cover paper is very very simple how amazing !!! My daughter have some girls toys she also have them a box and she maintained very well when i saw i shocked.


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