September Camping in Jasper National Park

Wow oh wow I pulled off a last minute (for me), long weekend camping trip to Jasper. In September. With two longs hikes. If feels like I should get at least 3 medals and eighteen gold stars for this one. For being out there only 3 days, we covered a lot of ground. I haveContinue reading “September Camping in Jasper National Park”

I Quit Art Night

What happens when you want to quit an activity that you host? A few months earlier, I got some strong clues that Online Art Night really wasn’t working for me. I had been riding the struggle bus for ages, so I quickly brainstormed a “rebrand”. Thinking I could re-ignite my enjoyment by changing up theContinue reading “I Quit Art Night”

16 Spooky Books to Read in October

Autumn means pumpkin spice, warm clothes, and spooky books. The evenings are getting darker in Edmonton/amiskwaciwakahegan, and colder. It’s a perfect opportunity to snuggle down into my pillow fort and scare the pants off myself. Even if you don’t get to ALL of them, you can at least put some on your TBR list. TheyContinue reading “16 Spooky Books to Read in October”

Family Scrapbook Tradition

FAMILY SCRAPBOOK TRADITION HOW IT STARTED Christmas 2016 is the date of the first scrapbook. That much I know. I asked everyone to either write their favourite thing(s) about Christmas or something you are grateful for on Christmas.  I think my plans were initially to create a book every December holiday we spent together. ThatContinue reading “Family Scrapbook Tradition”

Daily Pages – My New Creative Habit?

Daily Pages – My New Creative Habit? I joined a Daily Pages challenge in September. This is my experience with the Challenge, and a little bit about my current feelings and future in scrapbooking. What are Daily Pages? Daily Pages are a “creative self-documenting habit” started by rukristin. Their purpose is to help you cultivateContinue reading “Daily Pages – My New Creative Habit?”

Second Quarter Books (2021)

Second Quarter Books (2021) Another quarter of the year down. Summer usually brings for me depression, envy, and doubt in myself as a mom. This year I am countering that with a goals reset and a Summer “would be cool if” List. And more books of course. Here’s what the last three months looked likeContinue reading “Second Quarter Books (2021)”