The app One Second Everyday is a free app that you download to your smart phone and use to document your days in video format. Since all you’ve got to do is film one second it isn’t’ too hard to get started and remember to press record. At the end of the month (or year) […]
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Category: Digital Life
I live a digital life and I am definitely a geek grrl with a love of stuff like the wordpress platform, html, cool new plug-ins, useful software, my android smart phone, social bookmarking and other tekkie stuff. Let’s geek out together!
Journal with me: Documenting Animal Crossing in my...
Back in March of this year I started playing a game that is called Animal Crossing: New Leaf on a Nintendo 3DS console that is owned by my brother. My brother is over that game since many years, because it came out in 2013. But to me it’s all news in many ways, since I […]
Thoughts on Social Media from a bloggers perspecti...
Thoughts on Social Media from a bloggers perspective or simply put: My personal social media rant of the year. As a blogger I use social media not as a way of knowing what my friends and family are doing every minute of the day, but as a way to share my own content, inspire others […]
New WordPress Theme | Time to Evolve
I still write for an audience of one. I read things that stimulate me and inspire me and help me figure out how to live and then I write about them. The fact that there are other people who enjoy it is nice, but its just a byproduct. Maria Popova When you travel you get […]
Blogoversary | 15 YEARS of blogging life
I am not great with math, but I think the 24th of April this little blog ‘o mine turned fifteen years! Yes, 15 YEARS. If nothing else, you must admit I am tenacious and persistent. I just won’t be easily dispelled. Some years I have done blogged and done bigger celebrations about the “blog’s birthday” […]
Resources | Wildly Successful & Creative 365 Proje
So, I announced the awesome and exciting project of 365 Somethings 2018, hashtagged #365sometings2018, before Christmas, and I have gotten so much awesome feedback. All of you who joined in, spread the word about it, and already started your own personal 365 creative project – you all rock my world! This adventure is going to […]
A Blog Checklist: 18 before 2018
Today I’m sharing a blog checklist with 18 things I want to get done before 2018. I’m writing a list of things I’ve wanted to get done and fix on the blog for a very, very long time. I could probably make it a one hundred list, but 18 things seams more doable, don’t you […]
Is it time to Quit Blogging in 2017?
I want to welcome the new year. And I want to welcome you to this blog today and all through 2017. I have been blogging here, in this very spot, since 2004, and I will keep at it some more. I state that I blog about art, craft and creativity in everyday life, but the […]
NaBloPoMo | A blog post every day for a month?
I have been thinking a lot about trying on a challenge I’ve seen around the web through the past couple of years. NaBloPoMo. It’s about writing a blog post every day for a whole month, to be specific, in November. It’s not “the best way” to run a blog in the long run, but it […]
Get Started Ideas for Creative Play – using the Ph
Never before in history has innovation offered promise of so much to so many in so short a time… Bill Gates When there is nothing going on we pick up our smart phone and check what’s happening somewhere else. Through the many apps that constantly connects us to news flashes, friend updates, new e-mail messages, […]
Create a Daily Meditation Practice
I love sitting meditation. I believe in the health benefits it provides, and I know that if and when I get into it, it makes me happy. It makes me calmer, nicer and more awesome in every way. I have made many attempts to cultivate meditation as a daily habit over the past several years. […]
5 Online Tools for Mindfulness & Fun
I love finding online sites that are either useful or playful – or both! Here are five that I’ve been playing with lately. Let me know in the comments if you like any of them and I might post more in the future. It is a mistake to look too far ahead. The chain of […]