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The Craft Room in my home is my favorite room in the house. When creating the craft room, my first thought was which craft activities I wanted to explore.  I decided that I wanted to go gift wrapping, vinyl crafts, t-shirts, wood appliqués, jewelry making, pillow cases, throw pillows, card making, paper crafts, sewing, embroidery, and most of all decorating.

I knew that I needed a place to store both my equipment and supplies in my craft room, so I purchased two (2) oversized cabinets from Lowes to store my equipment and supplies.  I also decided that I wanted some open shelving for some of my equipment and I wanted island storage cabinet for my gift warp center.

I purchased opening shelving from IKEA to store my SilhouetteCameo, Singer Sewing Machine, an Embroidery Machine.  I purchased in-stock cabinets from Lowes (Diamond NOW), to assemble my gift wrapping island/center, for the purpose of storing my gift wrap resources and other items.  On my L-shaped countertop I placed my heat press, my hat press, my computers, and markers.  I use the surface to work on my projects.  I have a desk that I use when I am sewing and also to hold my master (default) printer on the top of its surface.  each side of the desk has surfaces and places for sorting and storing books, magazines, and paper.  I also keep my office products inside my desk drawer.

This Ultimate Craft Room has been a Dream Come True!!!




Creativity is exploring the  opportunity to express personal thoughts and ideas that are embedded in the mind of the creator.

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Journaling in 2021


The purpose of journaling is to keep track of daily activities occurrences, self-examining, and reflecting.  It’s an EverydayBook!!!  

Journaling is therapeutic and helps mentally with releasing stress, anxiety, depression, and healing.  According to research one significant benefit of journals is journaling, it encourages healing from the inside- out by strengthening your immune system.  Research also shows that when one journals it helps to speed up recovery by increasing self-knowledge because it helps to get in touch with your mental state, including one’s emotions, thoughts, feelings, and worth.

Journals may also be used to record plans and help (1) set, (2) track, and (3) record your goals.  Some types of journals include: personal, gratitude, personal development, spiritual, physical fitness/exercise, wellness, prayer, food/recipe

My Journal Strengthens Me Emotionally

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Journaling helps with insight, growth, and change!!! Through Problem Solving! Life Management! Creative Expression! Emotional Healing!


Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. It has received official recognition from governments in the United States and Canada, and more recently has been observed in Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. It began as a way of remembering important people and events in the history of the African exodus. It is celebrated in February in the United States and Canada, while in Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom it is observed in October.

Although the Trans-Atlantic slave trade brought a majority of the slaves to the United States, many Africans also migrated to the United States voluntarily. Today, many people continue to emigrate from various countries in Africa to the United States. The number of African-born Americans has increased from 1,183,316 in 2000 to over 1,676,413 in 2010. The top countries of origin for the African-born people living in the United States include Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Nigeria. The United States has an African Diaspora population of over 46.4 million people which is about 13.6% of the entire country’s population.  This is the 2d largest diaspora population in the world to Brazil which is Number 1.

Black History Message of the Day

exodus / (ˈɛksədəs) / noun the act or an instance of going out

The African Diaspora describes people of African origin, living outside of the continent by choice, or most predominantly against their will, due to the Transatlantic slave trade. The diaspora is vast, and includes displaced Africans living in numerous countries all around the world. A synonym for diaspora is exodus.