I think the last time I caught up with an episode of the DigiScrap Geek Podcast was prior to my international move.( For anyone popping into the blog for the first time...I just moved to the UAE and it's awesome!) Initially, we had planned for my move to happen sometime in August and the podcast took a break. We thought everyone needed one and I was sure I would get moved, get settled and back on track. That just didn't happen. One thing led to another and the move was delayed quite a bit. Suffice it to say, there is a lot paperwork to do properly ( mostly in regard to flying three cats into several countries).In the end, everything lined up for us to go during the last week of October.
What we also did not count on were technical difficulties. This led us to make a quick decision. We could wait and continue to try to work things out so that we can post to our normal podcast hosting sites/apps. OR, we could post the show in audio format to the Digiscrap Geek Blog for you to listen to. We opted to go ahead and post. Why make you wait? Especially since the material is somewhat time sensitive.You can listen to the episode here on the DSG website.
We talked about our plans for documenting December. I tend to take a casual approach which works well for me. I wrote a little about my thoughts on documenting December in my December Daily Reality Check for 2015. I go into more detail during the podcast.
How will I document my December?
I am an Alumni of Journal Your Christmas with Shimelle. I will be using some of her prompts this year, once again. Last year, she added videos in each day. They were short and enjoyable to watch.I am looking forward to those prompts again this year.
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Since I have made a HUGE life change this year, I don't foresee myself spending money on holiday scrapbooking papers. On the off chance that I get a little money to spend, I did make a little wishlist. Remember, to check your stash of supplies first and to keep in mind that holiday sales might be just around the corner. IF you just can't wait and you suddenly feel the urge to buy Christmas scrapbook stuff, you are welcome to use the links from some of my affiliates( In fact, I really appreciate it when you do!).
Holiday scrapbook supplies wishlist:
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