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Add some SelfLove365 to your Life!

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Many of you know that I am in my second year of the SelfLove365 project. This year, I am writing (minimum of one sentence a day), inspired by the inchie square that I drew last year, on the same date. The visual project was published in Somerset Studio magazine last year, and many people have asked me if I would make prints of the project. I did, and they are finally here! The printing job is fantastic – the original project was made on two separate sheets of paper, but through the wonders of computers, it now looks like a seamless piece of artwork!

Get yours from my Etsy shop HERE.

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Published!

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I am so excited to be featured in the current editions of “Where Women Create” and “Somerset Studios”! Both magazines are published by Stampington & Company.

Here’s a sneak peak of my contribution to “Where Women Create” (or click here).

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Both magazines are available at Chapters/Indigo and Michaels stores.

I’m Published!! Yay!!

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I am super excited to be published in Art Journaling magazine! My issue just arrived yesterday in the mail, which is good, because I was getting tired of hounding the Indigo staff. I

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Let me tell you, all those hours of uploading my images online really paid off. I used to beat myself up about how much time I spent on the computer (OK, I still do sometimes), but now it all seems worth it!

So, here’s the thing: I want to celebrate this. I tend to do things and then move on really quickly. I guess I did sort of celebrate being included in “Journal It!” by Jenny Doh – I went to Santa Ana for the book launch, and had a great time. But I don’t feel like I really internalized either of these events yet. What to do? I’m thinking of having a me-day: massage, movie, something like that. Any ideas? But beyond treating myself, how do I fully wrap my head around this? Maybe it just takes time…

Hope you enjoy the issue. The sketchbook pages that are featured in the article are fairly old, from about 2008/9, but the writing is all recent, and all mine (holy crap! I wrote an article)!