So if you read my last post, you'll know that we recently had a big move in this wild year of 2016. And one of the wild things I did was say yes to an opportunity to be a Guest storyteller for Ali Edwards and her June Story Kit, Believe.
Somehow I found the time to share quite a few videos as part of the lessons in the Story Kits classroom. I'm excited I was invited to because this kit was just awesome. It really helped me work through some issues I've been going through as you'll see in the class.
Primarily, I focused my storytelling on the big move and my own adventure of coming here to find a place to live. The focus is on believing in yourself, that you can do things that seem tough, scary and downright impossible.
I love storytelling that acts as a form of therapy, don't you?
Anyways, I just wanted to share here because it's the last day to pick up the Believe kit and have access to the educational material and my content if you are interested.
I've got two main projects to share in the classroom.
First, a series of 9x12 pocket pages telling my story of believing in myself. One thing I shared that I absolutely believe in is that this applies to not only the big things of our lives but for the little things too. Like something as simple as wearing a trucker hat! (and yes, I did go back to Magnolia Market and pick one up before I moved!)
Second, a traveler's notebook style journal album sharing "What I Know for Sure" using the labels in the kit.
I also share how I'm currently storing my kits and I dive into my process of how to put the pages together.
I loved this kit and love the stories and projects that came from it. There are so many ways to take this kit and I think these kinds of stories are some of the most valuable to get out of your heart and onto paper.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!!
Click here to check out the Ali Edwards Believe Story Kit through midnight CST on 7-14-16.
A new Story Kit theme, called Stuff, arrives July 15th. Very fitting as well since I'm currently doing a giant Konmari on all my stuff!! Better get some photos and tell this story too!! See you in class or in the Facebook group!
Thanks again Ali for having me!!