Here are more photos and another update on my own Project 300, “Nouns, Verbs, and Other Parts of Life.” I’m 15% of the way to my 300, which shocks no one more than me, I assure you. I figure this big push will come in handy when a lazy streak hits somewhere down the road.
Snarky love is back in the Wide Sarcasm Sea shop! ‘Click on the images above to see the inside of each card and to order your “love” notes. xoxo Nicole
Late again…perhaps I need to just rename these posts “List It Tuesdays, Blogged on Thursdays.” This week’s topic from Aimee of Artsyville was “Collections.” I try not to have too many collections going as it goes against my desire for less clutter and crap in my life, but some things (pens, my addiction to striped […]
We’re almost a month into 2013 (Seriously, where did January go?!), so I thought I’d share some of my Project 300 progress, and check in on how others are doing. As I said before, my own Project 300 is “Nouns, Verbs, and Other Parts of Life”, a memory keeping project of words I snap, doodle, […]
Late again, I know… This week’s List It Tuesday over on Artsyville was “Room Changes”, quick and easy fixes to spruce up each room in your home. It actually reminded me of a “List It Tuesday” from October 2010 I did on New Home Projects. Back then I had big plans and lots I wanted […]
Ok, so I’m a little late. But I told Aimee last week that I’d be back this week “List It Tuesday” (see above) and I was. I just happened to be finishing seven other lists that day for my Sketchbook Project, “LISTS”, which had to be postmarked on Tuesday. Which it was. With 15 minutes […]
The Sketchnote Handbook: the illustrated guide to visual note taking is for doodlers, mind wanderers, lecture loathers, and big picture seekers. It’s for those who love to draw and those certain they can’t. It’s for the left-brain verbal folks and right-brain visual peeps. And it’s my new favorite book.
January 1st arrived last week and with it, a new round of 365 Projects on the internet. You know, the “doing _______ every single day for a year” projects. I’m inspired by and in awe of folks who complete these projects (Amy Turn Sharp’s “A Poem a Day for a Year” and Lisa Congdon’s “365 […]
Still on the fence about sending out Christmas cards this year? Looking for something a little non-traditional to send? Like free shit? Well, Merry Christmas from me to you!
It’s List It Tuesday again and today’s topic: Junk Drawer Contents Everybody has a junk drawer, right? Well, maybe not my mother. She’s the most organized person I know. Even the drawer in her kitchen by the calendar (the unofficial location of most junk drawers) is organized. To which I hover somewhere between awe at […]