If you’re like me (and you probably are in this case), you have dozens of Pinterest boards, all filled with nifty craft ideas that you will try.
When you can carve the time out of your busy schedule.
Yeah, okay, keep telling yourself that.
Why aren’t you Pinteresting? Don’t lie to me (or yourself) and say it’s a timing issue. I’m willing to bet that it’s a fear-of-failure issue.
I so desperately wanted to start a blog but I didn’t have any concrete ideas and I was scared to fail. Then I came up with a brilliant idea! What if my concrete idea was not being scared to fail?
Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, and even Pinterest itself have become a meme-a-palooza for the best (worst?) Pinterest fails. There are slideshows all over social media showcasing demented looking Minion cupcakes, “updos” that end up looking like you just drove down the freeway with the top down, and repainted furniture that would be better off hidden under a sheet than on display in your bedroom.
This blog is different in a few ways:
- All attempts will be my own. I will not outsource to Google to find a “hilarious” image of an Olaf cookie gone wrong.
- There will be no slideshows with “witty” one-liners describing exactly how XYZ failed. Each post will be a single project, a review of that project, and some photos of my step by step endeavors. I will not hold your hand and describe something that is evident in an image.
- I will not purposefully muck up a project for click-bait. If an activity works, I wanna showcase it! If it is kinda-sorta-okay, I wanna be able to admit I can improve. If it looks like Satan himself turned on my oven to bake whatever muffin concoction I chose that day, then we’ll all have a laugh at me.
Wow, I don’t know how to end this. Hope you enjoy?