Posts Tagged "Rachael Ashe"

Compulsory Podcast Episode 1: Rachael Ashe

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Podcast | 8 comments

No time like immediately to do something you just have to do, right? So today I recorded the first episode of my new podcast. It’s called Compulsory, and you can listen to it below. I’ve submitted it to iTunes, but it’ll take a few days to be approved over there, so for now, please listen here. I’ll let you know as soon as iTunes has it ready for subscribers! UPDATE: You can now subscribe to Compulsory on iTunes. Tell your friends! In each episode, I’ll talk to someone about the things they absolutely must make. In this episode, that person is Rachael Ashe....

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Around the World Blog Hop

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014 in Business, Creativity | 4 comments

I was invited by the delightful and inspiring Hanna Andersson to participate in this not-quite chain-letter meme. Four broad questions, answers from, as you’ve surely surmised, around the world. Read Hanna’s answers here. I’ve passed these questions on to artist Rachael Ashe; I’ll let you know when she’s posted her answers.   What am I working on? Many different things! Workwise, I’m editing a client’s memoir, preparing to both teach and speak about Mighty Ugly at Vancouver Mini Maker Faire this weekend, and I’m getting into some serious...

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Spanking New Website!

Posted by on Sep 13, 2012 in Blather | 6 comments

That title speaks for itself and my pajamas are beckoning, so I’ll say just one thing before I go collapse. That header up there? That was cut from paper by artist Rachael Ashe. She’s amazing, hey? Know what’s cool about commissioning an artist to make your website header from paper? I have the actual piece beside my desk, waiting to be framed. Oh, before I forget by passing out right here on my keyboard: Please let me know if anything’s broken!

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Rut Race, Day 5: Get Out and Converse!

Posted by on Apr 18, 2012 in Business, Highlight | 1 comment

I’ve been in a rut and this post is part of a series I’m writing to chronicle my efforts to get out of it. Are you in a rut, too? Or maybe you just want to spiff things up a little for yourself? Join in. I’m calling it the Rut Race. A month ago I saw Rachael Ashe at a Vancouver Mini Maker Faire event and she suggested we make a coffee date. She’s recently started working on her art full time and she’s been initiating coffee dates with lots of people. It’s something I used to do a lot, but haven’t done at all since the baby arrived. Since we started...

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