Every child wonders what they will be when they grow up. Some aspire to become inventors, doctors, millionaires or even the president.
I had “simple” dreams. Getting married, having kids and being happy. Money sounded like it was a good idea to have, and being a practical person I eventually decided that getting a real job was the best way to go about earning it.
Artist was never something I dreamed of becoming. I always considered myself to be creative and enjoyed arts n’crafts, jewelery making, painting, sewing, scrap booking. But they were all hobbies.
Helping others discover their hidden talents and finding new ways to unwind and relax.
Feel the experience
Growing up in the house of a professional artist probably had something to do with it. After earning a B.A. in Accounting & databases I needed to start looking for a steady job. I worked at a dead-end office job hoping to finish my licensing during my down-time and day off. Eventually I tried starting my own business with my husband. It failed but we learned a lot- about life, about business, about ourselves and gained some great new skills. After that I was ready to work for someone else again. I am too social to stay home all day and as cute as my kids are, I need adult interaction on a steady basis 😉
Coming home from those classes I was on such a high. I felt like the time I spent there was better than any therapy, pick-me-up, self-help I could get. Everyday I come up with a new project that I want to do. I can’t wait to finish the ones I have started. I hope you will join me for some of my next ones.