30 Days of Creation… finale

Yesterday was the last day in the 30 Days of Creation course put on at The Smashbook. This course was put on throughout the month of July and required everyone to create something everyday. As we went through the month we got deeper into ourselves and what we want now and in the future.

This course was great! Creating everyday was a bit of a challenge, especially in a summer month full of redecorating, travelling and visits. I was unfortunately unable to create every day of the challenge but I was able to think on the topics and build on them throughout the different weeks. Thinking through some of those prompts has given me more ideas and approaches to what I do in my sketchbook.


Charissa is the greatest! She encourages her students throughout the whole process and is always available to help with any questions or ideas that you may have. Now that the course is done we have access to the content forever, so I am going to go back to the material regularly to keep the ideas flowing. Thanks so much to Charissa and everyone in the course, this was a great experience and a great jump start into getting to know my work and processes better.

I would highly recommend this course to anyone wanting to get into their journals, wanting to start their journals, get into a routine of working more or even getting to know themselves a little more. Head over to the course list at The Smashbook and sign up for the courses there. Charissa is putting on two courses in the fall… sign up now!!!

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3 thoughts on “30 Days of Creation… finale

  1. I don’t know why it’s so hard for me to do a 30 day challenge! I try and then i get side-tracked. Good for you, congratulations for finishing the challenge 🙂

    • It’s hard work. I think the obligation of doing work everyday looms over you. Even if you already create everyday the challenge weighs on your mind more. Keep trying… You’ll get there! Thanks for visiting!

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