1. In order to motivate yourself to get a page done that you just do not feel like doing, you decide to treat yourself to a reward when you get it done. What would that reward be?
2. Do you ever use digital scrapbooking as a reward for other tasks you do not feel like doing? What tasks?
Updated 08-04-2012 at 12:00 PM by Dawn
It occurred to me that digital scrapbookers are in the business of "clinging to memories." We are hoarders of "stuff," including memories. We enjoy collecting our memories. Doesn't it sound wrong when it is put that way?
However, as with many characteristic attributes, clinging to memories can sometimes be a good thing and sometimes a bad thing.
For instance, sometimes having confidence can be a good thing and sometimes it can be a bad thing. It all depends on
I'm trying to find a great deal on a hotel room for madeira beach or tarpon springs, florida. My BFF had a stroke (37 years of age) and I want to get her and her husband away for a get-a-way. My husband and I are struggling with the money part of it. We want to do nice, but it's so darned expensive. Wish I knew a magic website that will give me the best price ever!
Isn't this cool! We can post blog posts right in the forum! So, who will join me in blogging here? Would people really use this tool when they have their own blogs?