I’ve been an internet kid my entire life. I was on AOL before it was AIM and I had internet friends before that was even a concept. The notion of being awake at 5:30 in the morning to talk to your friends on the other side of the world isn’t new to me, but being able to record and share it with the rest of the world definitely is.
A few months back, as a part of my 100 Days Project, I was invited to be on the 100 Creatives Podcast with Sally Harris (one day before we left for Texas and two days after I started a new migraine med). Even though it was at a wonky time, and I was feeling super weird on new headache meds, I was super pumped to talk to her about this awesome project.
A little more about 100 Creatives
The 100 Creatives Podcast is a podcast by Sally Harris that chronicles the stories of artists participating in the 100 Days Project
One of the best things about the internet is the ability to talk to people from all around the world. When I logged onto the computer at 5:30 am to talk to Sally on the other side of the world in Austrailia, the last thing that I expected to hear was that we had similar surnames! What a small world.
Sally and I had a great chat about my 100 Day Project — 100 introspective All About Me questions. We talked a bit about what it means to be a feminist scrapbooker, creative routine and what makes keeping a creative habit achievable.
Talking with Sally was an instrumental part in figuring out that I wanted to take my 100 introspective All About Me questions and turning them into the #100DaysofAllAboutMe free Awesome Ladies Project going on right now.
If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for our free 100 Days of All About Me questions, you can sign up at any time right here.
More info about #100DaysofAllAboutMe here.
* 100 Creatives artwork by Brandi Kincade