Today is my second anniversary of blogging. That's 790 posts and over 400 beader designs so far! I enjoy blogging. It is a way of expressing myself creatively, documenting my discoveries and making notes along my journey as a jewelry making enthusiast and teacher. So blogging allows me to share this information and hopefully entertain and inspire all of you.
Many people have asked me how I manage to publish every single day. It's true I do spend a lot of time on my computer but I am not tied to it. Thanks to the blogging software's automatic advanced publishing feature, I am able to write posts well ahead of time when I have time. I'm probably slaving away doing the dishes when this publishes!
One blog reader who enjoys my posts emailed me to say she never knows what to expect each day! I do serve up a variety of jewelry related posts to make sure you (and I) don't get bored. So expect to see these and more :
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