If you read here with any regularity, you may have noticed a bit of a slump.
I’m generally not a fan of bloggers who write, “I’ve been super MIA around here lately.” I mean, it’s obvious by the fact that you’re not posting much, right?
So why am being that blogger today? Good question.
I just want to let my loyal readers know I’m not disappearing with any permanent intent; I’m just working on other things and have felt like I have less to say and share.
Yes, the things I’m working on are related to memory keeping, and specifically, I’m working on a new class that I hope to launch on August 1 designed to help you scrapbook an entire year with simplicity and focus. When I’m in class mode, my focus is pretty much all in and there’s not much room for anything else.
I’m working to create new stamp sets in order to build out another revenue stream that can help me continue to make this CZ Design thing work. I still don’t really have the hang of knowing how many to order, but I’m getting there.
I’m also thinking about brushing up my digital portfolio in terms of possibly finding a few more freelance design gigs. My job at Scrapbook & Cards Today is such an enjoyable one. I love print design with all my digital heart. But I realized that even if there was a job out there that I was interested in, I wouldn’t have any portfolio to show them. And that could be a fun side project, too.
Self-employment is nothing if not continually exploring different ideas. Some will pan out. Some won’t. It’s sort of what you sign on for when you give this thing a go.
But mostly I’m working on sorting out all the crazy shit that is going on in the world these days and how I can make a more positive mark here. How can I understand what’s happening and how can I make a difference.
I’m hoping to make more of a blogging plan for the rest of the summer. We’ll see how that shakes out.
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Just wanted to tell you that I’m here and prioritizing a few things.
Carry on and thank you for reading.