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Playing Catch Up and UFOs

Playing Catch Up and UFOs

I know you all can relate. Sometimes, we just get behind. I feel like my Golden Retriever who used to chase after his tail. Once in a while he would actually catch it, but most of the time he would twirl and twirl and twirl and..... I'm twirling, feverishly trying to catch my tail. When I get behind, I react in one of two ways. One: I stand like a deer in headlights wondering what I should be doing next. The result is not getting anything done and slipping further and further behind.  Two: I dive in with one thing...

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Invasion of the Aussies and Kiwis

Invasion of the Aussies and Kiwis

Join us for our journey Down Under, as we explore the techniques, colors, and fabrics of Australian and New Zealand.

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The Iconic Featherweight

The Iconic Featherweight

1933 was a year of dramatic headlines. It was the worst year of the Great Depression with unemployment in the United States reaching 25%. Efforts to repeal prohibition laws were being fought in the court system. The winds sweeping across drought-stricken areas created devastating dust storms. Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany and opened Dachau, the first of many concentration camps that he would open throughout World War II. But when we think of the past, we often think of it being simpler times of innocence. The 30s evoke images of the life depicted in Norman Rockwell’s paintings. However, it...

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What will you do?

What will you do?

How can you use your creativity to make a difference? Read our blog post.

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Be Not Afraid

Be Not Afraid

Trying something new is scary. It is so easy for us to convince ourselves that something is too hard or way beyond our skill level. Why this is, I don't know. I'm not sure of the psychology of it; I just know that we all do it. We get in our own way and keep ourselves from stepping out and taking risks. I suppose some of why we do it is because we don't want to fail at something. We would rather stay in our comfort zones and excel at what we know. It is risky and scary to put...

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