When you are going through your day to day life, be sure to remember to tap into the beauty of the little moments. Often times, it’s easy to forget that rainbows only come after a storm. That is exactly what we are going to be chatting about with today’s guest, Stacy Julian.
Stacy is a friend of mine whom I met several years back after reaching out to her to meet in person at CHA. Then I was able to be a part of her event, 12.12.12 with Big Picture Classes, in Maui. Spending time with Stacy always brightens my day because I love that she is so open to sharing not only the shiny, happy moments but also to sharing the ones where she grew from struggles and challenges. On this episode, she shares how she got into scrapbooking and pioneered the Library of Memories. We also chat about letting go of what no longer serves you and the power that comes from women collaborating with other women.
What’s in this episode:
How Stacy came across the opportunity to start a magazine
Reflecting your memories on paper
How Stacy knew that she wanted to pivot careers
The realization that Stacy came to when she began scrapbooking
The system Stacy pioneered as a way to organize photos
How Amy got into scrapbooking
Learning to let go of things that no longer serve you
The transition of selling her company and moving forward
Getting out of your comfort zone and feeling the joy you deserve
What can happen when women come together
Advice Stacy would give to her younger self
Hi. I'm Stacy.
I have BIG ideas and lots of happy plans to go and see and do.
I adore stories and color and my family and really dark chocolate—all of these things, EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
I believe in God and good people.
I take pictures and I use them and share them.
Whether it’s scrapbooking or family history or blogging—I especially delight in using my pictures to connect people, places and things across time.
I love to teach and to travel and to come home.
I start projects and I make piles.
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