I used to have some blogs. I didn’t write in them for a long time. Now I have something different to say.
I was doing an online challenge at the beginning of 2020. It doesn’t really matter what the challenge was; what matters is that the course of my life changed.
I posted the above photo to a Facebook Group, and it got a million (okay, around 70) likes, and many comments.
That’s when I realized that people were fascinated by my sewing studio. So I decided to make my clothes rack a feature, and rearrange everything else around it.
This is a photo of my rearranged studio. I loved it. The online people loved it. And then I had to re-do everything else that I’d created online.
See, I started blogging in the fall of 2006, and over the years I had blogs about:
- professional organizing
- eco-friendly cleaning
- my personal life
- my visual art
- shabby chic interior decoration
- a professional choir
- an amateur choir
- my creative life
- creativity prompts
- musings about home and health
- my communications consulting business
I’m probably forgetting some of them.
I loved writing blogs, but sometimes life got in the way. Like, full-time-jobs-in-the-way. For a lot of years. I kind of stopped blogging regularly in 2012. (It’s 2019 as I write this.)
I’ve had this idea, recently, that I wanted to write a blog about sewing. This is that blog. Buckle up.