I’ve been a bit MIA on the Zed Squared blog recently so today I thought I’d pop in to do an update post.
Before I begin my update, I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and very happy new year. I myself am truly looking forward to 2016. I can’t wait to see what this year has in store for me.
Like I mentioned, I’ve been missing in action for a few weeks now. Right before Christmas, I moved. My partner, Luc, and I bought our first ever house (yay!) in November. We don’t close until March, so in the meantime, we’re living with family. Since we moved right before Christmas, I didn’t have a chance to get my temporary craft area set up until earlier this week. Like I said, the space is temporary. I brought along my “essential” crafting goodies, and the rest are in storage.
I’ve set up my most used items on a table, and I’m keeping my other essential items in a storage bin right next to the table.
When we move to the new house, I’ll be setting up my permanent crafty space. I hope to take my readers and viewers along for the ride as I sort out organization systems and storage solutions that work for me. Stay tuned for that in April.
Youtube: I’ve closed on a full year of making crafty tutorial YouTube videos. Making these videos has been one of the most fulfilling and enjoyable things I’ve ever done so I will of course continue to make them. My current setup is slightly different during this transition, but I think it still works. I’ll have videos going up at least twice a week once I’m back into the swing of things.
Thank you so much to all my subscribers and readers. Your continued support and encouragement means more than I can express.
Design Teams: You may, or may not, have noticed that I’m not working on any design teams. My life has been in a stage of flux for the past few months, and I decided that I wanted to reclaim my crafty time. Working for design teams has been amazing, but along with them come commitments to produce projects and meet deadlines. As such, I decided that I wanted to craft on my own schedule and at my own pace. This is something that will work best for me at the present time, but I hope that in the future I’ll design for some new teams.
That’s it for now. Thanks again for all your continued support. Cheers to a fabulous 2016.