I’m accustomed to sharing insights and personal stories via audio and video in my online classes, but occasionally I create media to share here on my blog as well. Here is an archive of audio messages.
Finish Line Scrapbooking
This episode is quite like a personal training session. I will push you past common hurdles by sharing my best “performance-enhancing” tips and time-saving solutions. Finish Line Scrapbooking is a fun and fast-paced creative process that results in both a finished 6×6 scrapbook and a more liberated scrapbooker—that would be you!
The creative growth curve is for creative professionals what the corporate ladder is to business leaders. In this audio message, I will explain the phases of creative growth, so you can better recognize and seize opportunities in your path.
Note: If you have a really great idea or feel curious about a new venture, creative growth is calling. Are you ready?
An Introduction to Scrap By Color
Color is as essential to your scrapbook story as carefully selected photos and words. If you don’t believe this is true, then have a listen!
Note: I suggest acquiring something sweet and colorful to eat, while you listen to this episode. M&M candies. Skittles or Jelly Bellies are all highly recommended! More information and Scrap By Color videos can be found here. [link to page of videos] TBD
Two People, Four Pictures, Thirty Minutes
Join me in this audio message as I walk you through the creation of a 12×12 relationship layout, using your All About Us category drawer and your Family Words file.
Note: The All About Us category and the Family Words file are elements of the Library of Memories photo-organization system. Learn more about my philosophy and my Finding Photo Freedom class at bigpictureclasses.com/photofreedom.
Introduction to Pages, Projects and Other Stuff
Can you possibly sit in the last row of the plane in the middle seat and be happy? I will tell you how and reveal the secret to happiness – all in under 15 minutes.
Note: I love how personal experiences can teach us things we need to learn. Listen and I’ll shed a humorous light on how we view what we get and why scrapbooking is much more than paper, pictures and glue.