Some people chuckle at the fact that my library card was one of the first things that made me feel like Charlotte was home, but I have devoured books as long as I can remember. Even when it meant Mom had to read "just one more chapter" before I would consider sleeping! I am a huge … Continue reading What I’m Reading
As a journalism major in college, I developed a strong affinity for words. They are deep, complex, and have the ability to convey multiple messages. Now, as a creative small business owner, many words have taken on new meanings, and I am constantly catching myself seeing the world from a different angle. Each week, we look … Continue reading Creative Business Dictionary: Courage
Being a perfectionist in the crafting industry is dangerous. I consider it a blessing because it means that I care about the quality of the work I produce, but it can also be painful when I have moments that remind me I'm human. Which are much more frequent than I typically care to admit! There will … Continue reading How to Deal with Product Errors
I admit it. I signed up for Beginner Knitting and already "knew" how to knit. (Never fear - this was disclosed to the instructor!) So, why on earth would I take a basic class in a skill I already knew? 1| I know my weaknesses. Yes, I had a working knowledge of the fundamentals, but … Continue reading Why I Took Beginner Knitting
I love the concept of changing our perception by changing our thoughts and how that can affect our reality. The problem is that I am not good at remembering to use this idea this when I'm stressed, struggling and/or just plain down on myself. In my last post, I talked about how pricing in the … Continue reading Perception is Reality…Or is it?